Roses and Raspberries: Aug. 6

Roses: Roses by the bushel to all the participants of the Yarn Bombings on view around our city. The creativity is quite amazing!

Roses: Roses by the bushel to all the participants of the Yarn Bombings on view around our city. The creativity is quite amazing!

It’s not just trees that have been wrapped in colourful designs, but full-blown scenes both large and small on fences and gates and wherever the hand-work can be secured.

Such a fun and interesting way to brighten up Williams Lake.  Thank you!!

A large thank you as well to the city’s gardening staff who are keeping the beds and baskets looking so beautiful, even through the dry and hot spells.  Job well done!

Rosalyn Giles


Roses: A big thank you and much appreciation goes out to Tolko and West Fraser Truckers for their generous donation. It helped us immensely with our stay in Prince George

Thanks again,

Denis and Karen Carrier


Roses: The Tsilhqot’in National Government would like to send bouquets of roses to several local organizations for their support in the June 21 Aboriginal Day Celebrations.

Thank you to the Cariboo Archers and Coyote Rock Golf Course for lending their wildlife statues, and to Canadian Tire for lending several trees used on our parade floats.

Thank you to Punky Lake Wilderness Camp Society for donating gifts through their Work2Give project and Peace Hills Trust for the golf shirt.

TNG would also like to thank the Cariboo Regional District for providing emergency preparedness brochures and Kurt Holley for the use of his trailer. A big sechanalyagh (thank you) also goes to NStQ for organizing the event.

Tsilhqot’in National Governement


Roses: A special thank you to all the friends and family who came to Chuck Foulds celebration of life on July, 17, 2014. And thank you to Luke LaPrairie, all the R.C. Legion members, Wayne Lucier, Paul French and the Metis Association for putting it together.

Vera Foulds, Bob Miller, Ida Wallace

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