A bouquet of roses for kind care received in final days

Residents express their gratitude

A big bouquet of red roses to the occupants of the small gray car travelling from Likely towards Williams Lake on Thursday, Aug. 9/2018 at approximately 9 a.m.

We had just left Dutch Road, pulling our fifth wheel trailer, also heading to Williams Lake on our way home to Chilliwack after a successful fishing trip.

The occupants of this car flashed their lights and alerted us that we had a problem.

We stopped and discovered that our awning had become partially detached from the RV.

We are so very grateful to them for their act of kindness.

Thank you very much.

Neil and Nettie


Chilliwack, B.C.


A large bouquet of roses for the nurses, doctors and staff at Cariboo Memorial Hospital and Deni House.

They were all very kind and helpful in looking after our brother in his final days.

We are lucky and grateful to have such good health care providers in our city.

The Geier family

Williams Lake

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