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Horsefly 4-H Club enjoys annual sledding party

Horsefly 4-H Club enjoys annual sledding party

Once again the Horsefly 4-H club has had an active couple of months. At the beginning of February we had an annual sledding party that was held in the old gravel pit just outside of Horsefly.

Help control invasive plants

While winter has still not released us from its grasp, spring is upon us.
Workshop to explain heritage registry

Workshop to explain heritage registry

A day-long All Nations Workshop on the Cariboo Regional District’s Community Heritage Registry will be held at the Long House April 19.

Learn to identify trees in winter

Scout Island Nature Centre is hosting a morning workshop on April 9 with B.C. natural history author, botanist and naturalist Rosamund Pojar.
Looking forward to harmony in the world

Looking forward to harmony in the world

Grade 5 Chilcotin Road elementary students Keheu Jack (left) and Kaitlyn Lebrun look toward a brighter future, free of racism and strife, as they watch a balloon fly off into the sky prior to participating in the Walk for Harmony Tuesday at noon.

Nature Centre banquet coming up

Noted B.C. biologist Dr. Rob Butler and Carl MacNaughton, acting land manager for the Nature Trust of B.C., will both give presentations at the annual Scout Island Nature Centre banquet coming up Friday evening, April 8 at St. Andrew’s United Church hall.

Arts and culture make for a healthy community

The Cariboo Regional District is the first and so far the only regional district in the province to provide revenue specifically for arts and culture.
Invitation to Walk for Harmony today

Invitation to Walk for Harmony today

This month has been very exciting as the new contestants were introduced to the program. The orientation took place on March 9.
Sliding through the snow

Sliding through the snow

Karina Sukert (left) and Maria Teppema enjoy the annual Horsefly 4-H sledding party held in the old gravel pit just outside of Horsefly. 4-H members brought their snowmobiles, snowboards, and sleds for the party that also included a hot fire to keep fingers and toes toasty.

Hough Memorial bed races cancelled

The Hough Memorial Cancer Society is taking a break from its annual bed races fundraiser this year. Society vice-chair Jim Fraser says there doesn’t seem to be the same interest in the bed races as there has been in other years.