Anyone interested in speed skating is invited to a special meeting this Thursday, Sept. 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the office at the end of the seating area in rink one of the Cariboo Memorial Complex.
The meeting is being held to determine if there is sufficient interest in the sport of speed skating to start a club in Williams Lake.
Fore more information contact Yvonne Hauk at 250-398-2354 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teams have fun at Big Hole Tournament
It can be one of the most frustrating and mentally taxing games on a player’s psyche.
But Saturday, the Williams Lake Golf and Tennis Club made things a little easier for players in its annual Big Hole Tournament, carving holes the size of dinner plates for participants.
Players, registered as teams of four, set out on the links Saturday afternoon for the fun tournament. Some players dressed up in costume, as well.
Winning the overall low gross was Team Coutu, while overall low net went to Team Levens.
Coming up this Saturday, Sept. 24 at the WLGTC is the Fifth Annual Scramble for Literacy, a fundraiser put on by the Cariboo-Chilcotin Partners for Literacy and Heartland Toyota.
For more information call the WLGTC pro shop at 250-392-6026.