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Rodeo Canada Princess on the road again

Rodeo Canada Princess on the road again

Miss Rodeo Canada Princess Kirsten Braumandl has been having a great time representing rodeo in Canada and in the U.S. over the past few months.

Film club adjust schedule for spring break

Spring Break is coming up, so we better get our next film in before everyone leaves town. On Thursday, March 10, the Williams Lake Film Club is showing Elling, a very special Norwegian film. The screening will be at the Gibraltar Room, 7 p.m. Back doors open at 6:30 p.m.

OAPO executive elected

The Old Age Pensioners Organization has elected a new board of officers for the 2011/12 year. Pat Cassidy is returned as president.

Marie Sharpe PAC seeks help replacing playground equipment

The Marie Sharpe Elementary parent advisory council is reaching out to the community to raise the additional $72,000 it needs to rebuild the playground equipment at the school.
Exploring alternate uses for algae

Exploring alternate uses for algae

Yes, it's real

Yes, it's real

Families had lots of fun learning all about the lives of reptiles last weekend when Safari Jeff (right) brought his show Living Wild to Boitanio Mall.
Positive action moves out into the community

Positive action moves out into the community

Monica Johnson and Jan Fichtner (seated centre) introduced the new Positive Action kits to several community organizations during a meeting held at the Women’s Contact Society office last Friday.

WL & District Credit Union supports Relay for Life

Leeyann Allan (left), leadership chair of the Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life, accepts a $2,000 cheque from Paula Dutour, Lyndsey Carter, and Rebecca Fox of the Williams Lake and District Credit Union for the Relay For Life event taking place on May 28 and 29.
Lionesses support literacy

Lionesses support literacy

Lioness Judy Garlinge (right) presents Lil Mack of the Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy Association with a cheque to support literacy.

Lionesses support Alzheimer Society

Lioness Mary Lewis (left) presents Audrey MacLise with a cheque for the Alzheimer Society.