Crosswalks

Billie Sheridan of the Williams Lake Pride Society stands in front of the rainbow crosswalk at Fourth Avenue and Borland Street where burnout marks are visible on the painted surface. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

UPDATED: Vandals lash out at rainbow crosswalk in Williams Lake

City cleaned up tire marks, Pride group asks for a show of support for LGBTQ2S community

 

A new crosswalk in orange and feathers was painted at TRU in Williams Lake the week of Aug. 30 to welcome students back to the campus. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

TRU in Williams Lake has some fresh paint and bright colours to welcome back students

A new crosswalk in orange and feathers was painted at TRU in…

 

Austin Tate, from right, and Ayrilee McCoubrey of the Marie Sharpe Parent Advisory Council, Aven McCoubrey, starting Kindergarten next week, and Keelan McCoubrey, starting Grade three next week at Marie Sharpe, stand beside the freshly painted crosswalk at Third and Cameron in Williams Lake. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Downtown Williams Lake brightened up with Indigenous-themed crosswalk

The crosswalk was an initiative by the Marie Sharpe PAC and designed by a local WLFN artist