Recycled Christmas a gift to the community

We would like to send an absolutely huge sleigh full of sincere thanks to the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society.

Editor:

We would like to send an absolutely huge sleigh full of sincere thanks to the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society and all the happy, thoughtful volunteers who put together the “Recycled Christmas” at the Arts Centre.

What an amazing group of people and what a tremendous experience for those of us who were able to attend.

It was such a fun family event and so typical “Cariboo.”

Another group of volunteers who should be commended are the many, many people that worked so hard for our Santa parade and festivities.

We are so fortunate to have the type of people who give so much of themselves to our community.

Without you, none of these events could happen.

You certainly got the Christmas spirit started at the Arts Centre and carried through Saturday with the parade. You are all  “stars” at the top of the tree.

Thank-you so very much for giving so much of yourselves, that is one of the most valuable gifts of all.

Boyd and Gina Graham and Austyn and Montana Waters

Williams Lake

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