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Debbie Cordingley retiring after 30 years in childcare at 150 Mile House

Debbie Cordingley retiring after 30 years in childcare at 150 Mile House

On Sunday, Feb. 23 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. there will be a get together at 150 Mile House Fire Hall

Debbie Cordingley retiring after 30 years in childcare at 150 Mile House
Helen Sandy said that she put her show Documenting A Traditional Shuswap Activity; Smoking Salmon for Winter Food together to remind people of the importance of this tradition. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Secwepemc salmon heritage celebrated in art exhibit

This exhibit catalogues salmon fishing and smoking over the last two decades

Helen Sandy said that she put her show Documenting A Traditional Shuswap Activity; Smoking Salmon for Winter Food together to remind people of the importance of this tradition. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Some of Scout Island’s rich history revealed in new book

Some of Scout Island’s rich history revealed in new book

While everyone in the lakecity knows of Scout Island, few are likely aware of its complete history

Some of Scout Island’s rich history revealed in new book
PHOTOS: Vintage Valentine’s fun for adults of all ages

PHOTOS: Vintage Valentine’s fun for adults of all ages

This carnival-themed burlesque event was sold out for the second time in a row

PHOTOS: Vintage Valentine’s fun for adults of all ages
Midori and Ed Kozuki have been together for 57 years now. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Every day is Valentine’s Day for the Kozukis

The Kozukis have been familiar faces around Williams Lake almost all their lives

Midori and Ed Kozuki have been together for 57 years now. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Lyn Capling is the artist behind Our Beautiful Resilient Planet, a series of paintings that captures and celebrates all the planet has to offer. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Earth’s wonders documented in Our Beautiful Resilient Planet

In the Station House’s Main Gallery from February and March, the natural world is on full display

Lyn Capling is the artist behind Our Beautiful Resilient Planet, a series of paintings that captures and celebrates all the planet has to offer. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Ethan Schultz-Anderson, an aspiring teenage musician from Williams Lake, performs live at the 2019 Medieval Market. (Photo submitted)

Local lakecity youth musician looking for community support to win CBC Music Searchlight

CBC Music Searchlight, a 17-year-old Grade 11 student, hopes to become a professional musican

Ethan Schultz-Anderson, an aspiring teenage musician from Williams Lake, performs live at the 2019 Medieval Market. (Photo submitted)
The Community Arts Council of Williams Lake’s program manager Venta Rutkauskas has taken on the popular Performance in the Park culture series which she hopes will grow into an event that showcases all of the performing arts, not just singing. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)

All forms of performing arts wanted for Performances in the Park

Registration is still open for the 2020 Performances in the Park until March 3

The Community Arts Council of Williams Lake’s program manager Venta Rutkauskas has taken on the popular Performance in the Park culture series which she hopes will grow into an event that showcases all of the performing arts, not just singing. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)
Rita Meldrum-Lulua of Denisiqi Services Society and Hayley Guichon of the Yeqox Nilin Justice Society, formerly known as the Punky Lake Wilderness Camp Society, are teaming up with a variety of other volunteers to organize the second annual Youth Symposium: Indigenous Youth Today at the Pioneer Complex from Feb. 21 to Feb 22. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Late registration open for Youth Symposium: Indigenous Youth Today

This event is being held at the Pioneer Complex from Feb. 21 to Feb 22 for youth of all ages

Rita Meldrum-Lulua of Denisiqi Services Society and Hayley Guichon of the Yeqox Nilin Justice Society, formerly known as the Punky Lake Wilderness Camp Society, are teaming up with a variety of other volunteers to organize the second annual Youth Symposium: Indigenous Youth Today at the Pioneer Complex from Feb. 21 to Feb 22. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Sarah Sigurdon (from left) Dwayne Davis and Tiffany Jorgensen are all lending their artistic talents to Paradise Cinemas this year to create two beautiful murals celebrating the legacy of cinema. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Paradise Cinemas embraces local talent

Those three artists include Sarah Sigurdson, Tiffany Jorgensen and Dwayne Davis

Sarah Sigurdon (from left) Dwayne Davis and Tiffany Jorgensen are all lending their artistic talents to Paradise Cinemas this year to create two beautiful murals celebrating the legacy of cinema. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Becky Strickland and Chris Armstrong audition together for a Body of Water. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

PHOTOS: Williams Lake actors show off their skills at auditions

Body of Water and A Number will be the final plays in the Williams Lake Studio Theatre’s season

Becky Strickland and Chris Armstrong audition together for a Body of Water. (Patrick Davies photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
A plate of smoked salmon at the Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association’s annual Wild Game Banquet. (Patrick Davies photos - Williams Lake Tribune)

Outdoor excellence celebrated at annual WLSA Wild Game Banquet

Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association enjoys hunting season wrap-up dinner

A plate of smoked salmon at the Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association’s annual Wild Game Banquet. (Patrick Davies photos - Williams Lake Tribune)
Brenda Bourdon and Cindy Watt, sisters and longtime owners and operators of Woodland Jewellers in Williams Lake handed in their keys on Friday, Jan. 31 and will no longer be working at the store and nor will their dog Hank. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)

Cindy Watt and Brenda Bourdon bid farewell to Woodland Jewellers

On Friday, Jan. 31 they worked their final shift and left the company in the hands of Geoff Bourdon

Brenda Bourdon and Cindy Watt, sisters and longtime owners and operators of Woodland Jewellers in Williams Lake handed in their keys on Friday, Jan. 31 and will no longer be working at the store and nor will their dog Hank. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)
The Community Arts Council of Williams Lake’s new president Sonya Littlejohn is excited to be joining a “well-oiled machine” dedicated to promoting arts and culture in Williams Lake. Under her leadership, she hopes to link the various cultural pockets of the lakecity together into one. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)

CACWL outlines a busy year for the arts scene in Williams Lake

Near the end of 2019, Sonya Littlejohn took over the presidency of the CACWL

The Community Arts Council of Williams Lake’s new president Sonya Littlejohn is excited to be joining a “well-oiled machine” dedicated to promoting arts and culture in Williams Lake. Under her leadership, she hopes to link the various cultural pockets of the lakecity together into one. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)
The Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association (WLMHA) Peewee Tier 2 Timberwolves smile at Cariboo GM on Saturday, Feb. 1 while raising money for the Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)

PHOTOS: WLMHA Timberwolves raise $1770 at Good Deeds Cup BBQ

The event was well attended and drew dozens of lakecity citizens

The Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association (WLMHA) Peewee Tier 2 Timberwolves smile at Cariboo GM on Saturday, Feb. 1 while raising money for the Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)
Tiffany Jorgensen’s new mural in Dance in Common is inspired by ballet and showcases the grace and strength of ballerinas. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)

Jorgensen kicks off 2020 with two brand new murals

Dance in Common and the Cariboo-Chilcotin Gymnastic Association have great new murals

Tiffany Jorgensen’s new mural in Dance in Common is inspired by ballet and showcases the grace and strength of ballerinas. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)
The Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association Peewee Tier 2 Timberwolves are currently one of 10 peewee teams competing for a $100,000 donation to a charity of their choice. (Photo submitted)

Peewee Timberwolves hosting Good Deeds Cup BBQ at Cariboo GM

This event is on Saturday, Feb. 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in support of the Boys and Girls Club

The Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association Peewee Tier 2 Timberwolves are currently one of 10 peewee teams competing for a $100,000 donation to a charity of their choice. (Photo submitted)
Sunny Dyck was 2018’s recipient of the Woman with Heart award, awarded by Women’s Contact Society on Feb. 8 by executive director Irene Willsie. Dyck was nominated thanks to her tireless work with the Caribruisers Roller Derby group, volunteerism in the community, and bringing the sport to youth in the lakecity. (Tara Sprickerhof photo- Williams Lake Tribune)

Nominations for the annual Women with Heart Award due on Feb. 15

There is still time to nominate those who make a positive impact on the community

Sunny Dyck was 2018’s recipient of the Woman with Heart award, awarded by Women’s Contact Society on Feb. 8 by executive director Irene Willsie. Dyck was nominated thanks to her tireless work with the Caribruisers Roller Derby group, volunteerism in the community, and bringing the sport to youth in the lakecity. (Tara Sprickerhof photo- Williams Lake Tribune)
Curt Sprickerhoff and Kathleen MacDonald are hosting auditions for their one-acts Body of Water and A Number on Feb. 4 and Feb. 6 at Kornack and Hamm’s Pharmacy at 7 p.m. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)

Auditions on for two one-acts to end off WLST’s 2019-2020 season

Auditions are on Tuesday, Feb. 4 and Thursday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. at Kornack and Hamm’s Pharmacy

Curt Sprickerhoff and Kathleen MacDonald are hosting auditions for their one-acts Body of Water and A Number on Feb. 4 and Feb. 6 at Kornack and Hamm’s Pharmacy at 7 p.m. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)
Declan Earnshaw made his official debut as a member of the Williams Lake Pipe Band on Saturday during the celebrations at Robbie Burns night. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)

PHOTOS: Robbie Burns Night celebrates lakecity’s Scottish heritage

It was a night for Drambuie, the pipes and good company

Declan Earnshaw made his official debut as a member of the Williams Lake Pipe Band on Saturday during the celebrations at Robbie Burns night. (Patrick Davies photo- Williams Lake Tribune)