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Sleigh Day

Sleigh Day

The Cariboo Draft Horse Club’s Valentine’s Day sleigh ride held Sunday, Feb. 13 drew in about 350 people who enjoyed a a pleasant sleigh ride during warm and sunny conditions.
Chatting with the author

Chatting with the author

Williams Lake Film Club event organizer Krista Liebe (left) talks with Lorne Dufour, author of Jacob’s Prayer, during his presentation at the Williams Lake library last Friday evening.

Draft horse sleigh ride well attended

The Cariboo Draft Horse club would like to thank everyone who came out in support of its annual Valentine sleigh rid that took place Feb. 13, and it is estimated that nearly 350 people attended and enjoyed horse-drawn sleigh rides on a beautiful sunny day.

World Water Day March 22

The Water Wise program in Williams Lake will have displays set up at the RBC Royal Bank in Williams Lake to mark the day and provide information on ways to conserve water, a mini display to show how aquifers work, and tips for creating a Xeriscape garden that uses little water.
CDC preschool helps food bank

CDC preschool helps food bank

Children from the Child Development Centre’s preschool donate food they collected to the Salvation Army Food Bank.
Beamac supports Bowl for Kids Sake

Beamac supports Bowl for Kids Sake

Lorraine Levitt, executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters (right), gratefully accepts a generous cheque from Mark and Sally Nairn of Beamac Installations.

Arts, writing contest ends soon

The March 31 deadline for the Canadian Aboriginal Writing and Arts Challenge is fast approaching.
Morris Bates nominated for non-fiction in BC Book Prizes

Morris Bates nominated for non-fiction in BC Book Prizes

The book released last year by former lakecity resident Morris Bates on his life as an internationally acclaimed Elvis tribute artist has been short listed for one of the 27th annual BC Book Prizes.

Bluegrass workshop winds up with concert

There are still some spaces left in the annual 108 Cabin Fever Bluegrass workshop, March 31 to April 3. Some local favourites will be joining the nationally and internationally acclaimed instructors this year.
Tribune campaign raises funds for 139

Tribune campaign raises funds for 139

Williams Lake Tribune editor Erin Hitchcock (left) and news reporter Robyn Chambers (right) present Donna and Greg Ashley from the 139 Children’s Fundraising Society with $226, which was raised through the Tribune’s Heart Warmers campaign in February.