Punky Lake Wilderness Camp Society to host hockey camp, fundraising game

The Punky Lake Wilderness Camp Society is getting ready to host two upcoming events at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.

The Punky Lake Wilderness Camp Society is getting ready to host two upcoming events at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex over the holidays.

The first, coming up Dec. 27th at 5 p.m., is the annual Cowboys and Indians hockey game. The PLWCS partners with the Williams Lake High School Rodeo Club to put on the game.

Sarah Jackman, executive director with the PLWCS, said it’s always a lot of fun for everyone.

“It’s been going on for a few years now with our organization and the high school rodeo group and we just all get together and have a good time,” she said.

“It’s a small fundraiser, but it’s a fun one.”

Admission to the game is by donation.

Next, the PLWCS, in partnership with BC Aboriginal Sports, is hosting a free two-day hockey camp at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. The camp goes from Jan. 3-4. Registration can be completed at the CMRC.

The camp is for any youth under 18.

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