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The City of Williams Lake’s annual report is now available for the public to view. It can be obtained online at www.williamslake.ca or from city hall. Council will consider the annual report at a special meeting at 5 p.m. June 28 in council chambers. The public is invited to attend the meeting and to present submissions or ask questions with respect to the report. Copies of the report will also be available at the meeting. According to provincial legislation, a municipality must produce an annual report each year and hold a public consultation session before it is submitted to the province. According to the Community Charter, it must contain, among other things, the municipality’s audited annual financial statements.

A petroglyph that’s been in Vancouver since 1926 was being repatriated and permanently placed at the Churn Creek Protected Area Wednesday. The 11,000-pound boulder was loaded onto a Cabribou Interior Crane Services truck at the Vancouver Museum and brought up to the Cariboo. The rock departed from 150 Mile House Wednesday. From there the convoy will travel via Sheep Creek/Farwell Canyon, through Gang Ranch, although not along the Gang Ranch bridge because it cannot support the weight of the rock. The rock was to arrive at Churn Creek by noon, and from there a procession will begin at 2 p.m. for the last 1.5-kilometre journey to place the rock at the Churn Creek kiosk. The journey home kicked off Monday with a ceremony at the Vancouver Museum. In attendance were staff from the museum, Stswecem’c Xgat’tem and Musqueam First Nations leaders, Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson and Cariboo Regional District board chair Al Richmond. In her speech at the ceremony, Phyllis Webstad focused on the time period of 1926 when the petroglyph was removed from the region and moved to Stanley Park in Vancouver, first using horses and then rail. Webstad described it as a time when Stswecem’c Xgat’tem or Shuswap were the only languages spoken — English wasn’t understood.The only mode of transportation was horse and wagon. There weren’t any roads, only trails. “My grandmother had just turned seven and was entering residential school for the first time in our history. We were put onto reserves and it was a time when we didn’t have a say about anything. We had to get passes to leave the reserves so basically anything could happen,” she said, adding today things have changed dramatically. Richmond said after following the repatriation effort over the last two years, it was great to finally see the petroglyph in person. “The fact that it was 1926 when it left and seeing the kind of condi-

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Stswecem’c Xgat’tem (Canoe Creek) Chief Hank Adam and band member Phyllis Webstad with the repatriated petroglyph at 150 Mile House Wednesday morning before departing for its journey to be placed at the Churn Creek Protected Area southwest of Williams Lake. tion it’s in was good. It’s been well preserved in the main inner courtyard at the Vancouver Museum where it’s been since 1992.” Monday’s ceremony was wellattended, with about 70 people in attendance, Richmond said. “There was a wonderful blessing done by Stswecem’c Xga’tem First Nation (SXFN) member Gwen Therrian for the rock’s trip home. It’s good to see it coming home.” The best part, he added, was to watch the elders who attended the ceremony.

“They were quite emotional about seeing it come home, and the spirit of the rock, as they see it, being called home to its ancestry. A good deal of the people that were there for speeches and lunch stayed to watch the ceremony afterwards.” Describing the Vancouver Museum staff as having grown attached to the petroglyph over the years, Richmond said he could tell they were all very happy to be seeing it going home. Wednesday morning Stswecem’c

Xgat’tem chief Hank Adam was relieved the rain clouds had subsided and said it made a world of difference to see the sun. “I’m anxious about the road down into Churn Creek that it may be really muddy, but I’m glad we have the rock on the truck. That took 11 hours,” he said, adding there was a big applause when they got it out of the courtyard and onto the truck in Vancouver. Before departing from 150 Mile House, Adam said he was looking forward to laying the rock to rest.


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Petroglyph carvings Tsilhqot’in: Alphonse Monica Lamb-Yorski Tribune Staff Writer Tlet’inqox (Anaham) chief and Tsilhqot’in National Government chair Joe Alphonse told the Tribune Wednesday morning while he’s happy the petroglyph from the Vancouver Museum is being repatriated and placed at Churn Creek Protected area, his nation is concerned there’s been an error in the fact that the Tsilhqot’in people were not notified by the Museum of Vancouver about the repatriation project. “I think it’s very important that those things be returned to their original locations,” Alphonse says. “They should never have been removed. Whenever we can get them back it’s great and very meaningful. We’re not making an issue of it because we want the rock returned; however, we will deal with the fall out after the fact,” Al-

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The 11,000-pound petroglyph at 150 Mile House Wednesday before it was transported to the Churn Creek Protected area. phonse says. The TNG was to have a small delegation at Churn Creek Wednesday, but was planning to do their own Tsilhqot’in celebration at the location in the near future. At that time the Tsilhqot’in will tell stories about carved rocks and why they are placed where they are.

“The carvings on that are Tsilhqot’in carvings and that was what our spiritual people would do. It was part of our ritual to do rock carvings for individuals that were wanting to become spiritual healers. They placed these rocks along the river and you’ll find some in Farwell Canyon, Hanceville area and Si-

wash area,” Alphonse says. He refers to burial grounds on the south side of Sheep Creek Bridge where bones were discovered about a decade ago. “We allowed both nations to come in and do their own celebration on the same given day. Chief Larry Camille at

the time from Dog Creek called the Tsilhqot’in and said they were going to rebury the bones and it was right in that Churn Creek area where they’re going to be bringing this rock.” Alphonse says the fact they haven’t been invited this time is disrespectful. “We’re not overly happy and impressed, but we’ll deal with it. I think the museum that released the rock should be fully aware that there’s an obligation to talk to and make an effort to consult with all First Nations in the area. They haven’t done that. The motives of the Shuswap are irrelevant. I think the museum has failed its obligation and as a result has put us in a situation where we have to protect our interests and pursue that.” Staff from the Vancouver Museum were unavailable for comment because they were attending the repatriation ceremony.

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Local forest company audited Monica Lamb-Yorski Tribune Staff Writer Amabilis Contracting Ltd. has been chosen to be randomly audited by the Forest Practices Board. A part of the Pioneer Family Timber Partnership, the company’s operations on forest license A79575 will be audited beginning June 18, 2012, wrapping up by about June 22. The audit is random, says the FPB. “We randomly choose our audits in the different regions of the province,” says FPB director of communications, Darlene Oman. “For the Cariboo region, this district was randomly selected for audit and our auditors looked at what activities were going on, who is actively harvesting, and they identified this particular operation as one of the larger ones in the district so that’s the one they chose.” An audit team will be on the ground for four or five days to examine operational planning, harvesting, roads, silviculture, fire preparedness and

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hazard abatement for compliance with forest practices legislation. “This particular licence is salvaging mountain pine beetleinfested timber,” Oman explains. Once the audit work is completed, a report will be prepared, and any party that may be adversely affected by the audit findings will have a chance to respond. The board’s final report and recommendations will then be released to the public and government. “We tend to spread our audits out and there will be another one announced in a different part of the province in another week,” Oman explains. In a press release the FPB describes itself as an independent watchdog for sound forest and range practices, reporting its findings and recommendations directly to public and government. “The board audits forest and range practices on public land, as well as appropriateness of government enforcement.”

Williams Lake Community Policing chair Andy Sullivan and safer communities co-ordinator Dave Dickson update city council and staff on programming at Tuesday’s committee of the whole meeting. Thousands of volunteer hours go into implementing the programs each year.

Volunteers make our community safer Monica Lamb-Yorski Tribune Staff Writer Community policing in Williams Lake is alive and well, with programs that are racking up thousands of volunteer hours and catching provincial attention. From restorative justice, to citizens patrolling by horseback, or working with victims and offenders of spousal abuse, the program’s volunteers are knowledgeable of the community, said chair Andy Sullivan at Tuesday’s committee of the whole meeting. Citizens on Patrol has been actively patrolling schools, parks and the community at large.

Volunteers have an Ipad they use to check licence plates in a national database to determine whether they’ve been stolen. At monthly meetings, COP members log different break and enters and vehicle thefts on a large map so they can identify where the activities are occurring. When asked if patterns are emerging, safer communities co-ordinator Dave Dickson said it varies. “This weekend, both Friday and Saturday night, the hospital was the hot spot, but we captured the suspects, so hopefully that’s going to see a drop. A lot of time you’ll see

a spike, intel will come in, the members do their work, it dies, and then there’s a lull.” Sullivan is one of the Mounted Citizens on Patrol and showed photographs of some training in April, where members learned to walk their horses over fire. “They also taught us how to move an emergency vehicle through a crowd,” he said. About eight members make up the Domestic Violence Prevention Committee. “One of our stats that isn’t on the way down is the number of domestic violence incidents. It’s up by about 25 per cent,” Sullivan said.

Coun. Ivan Bonnell asked if those occur across all demographics and heard from Dickson that he recently worked with Victim Services and pulled 74 files to look at them by date, time, day of week, location, sex, age, employment, weapons involvement, drug and alcohol involvement, employment, injuries, courts and children involved. Both the offender’s and the victim’s stats were also taken into account. “We attempted to paint a picture of what domestic violence looks like. I believe that if we can do our preventive things based on sound facts, we can be wise,” Dickson

said. Circles of Strength is a program that involves the domestic violence offender and victim. It doesn’t try to put them back together, but it helps them make wise decisions. “Maybe this relationship was never meant to be and when they get help they can look at it objectively,” Dickson explained. It’s one of the only programs in the province, Dickson said, adding he received an inquiry from someone in Nanaimo wanting to start a similar program. Because the program is new, Dickson said, it’s being watched very carefully.

Taseko tailings water spilled non-toxic: MOE Monica Lamb-Yorski Tribune Staff Writer A tailings water spill at Gibraltar Mine on May 22 did not require follow-up, says the Ministry of Environment. On May 23, Taseko reported a spill to the Ministry of Environment and the nearby First Nations community of Alexandria.

Companies cannot be 100 per cent sure of the water quality leaving, so all spills have to be reported, MOE environmental emergency response officer Dale Bull says. In an e-mail sent to Chief Bernie Elkins of Alexandria, Taseko’s senior environmental engineer Todd Wambolt reported that at about 8

a.m. on May 23, water was discovered in an area of the reclaim water pipeline, which runs from the storage tank into the mill. The flow rate was estimated at 100 litres per minute and by 9:15 a.m. the flow was diverted through a portable pump into its surface collection system. As a result the mill was shut down and the pipe-

line repaired. Bull says 6,000 litres seems like a large number for people who don’t work with it all the time; however, he points out the Fraser River near Williams Lake or Prince George will pump that much water in a fraction of a second. “The released water isn’t toxic and won’t have any chemicals in it. The only thing it might

have is suspended solids, little bits of rock, that are floating in it. When they discovered it they put a pump into the natural stream and pumped it back into their containment system until they could make repairs and pump it out the way it was supposed to go.” Taseko’s vice president of corporate affairs Brian Battison says the hole in

the pipe was described to him as the size of the tip of the thumb. “It was water from the tailings facility, water that is discharged to the Fraser River in any event, so it’s clean water,” Battison says. “It was a pipe that takes water from the tailings facility to the mill and it had developed a leak. We’re required to report such matters

and report any kind of a spill.” Tsilhqot’in National Government chair and Tl’etinqox (Anaham) chief Joe Alphonse is concerned about the mine water flowing into the Fraser River. “I think it’s something worth reporting on. Those are fish-bearing streams and there are huge concerns,” Alphonse says.

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Awards recognize Sea and Army Cadets Numerous awards were presented to 202 Chilcotin Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps and 3064 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps members and volunteer leaders during their first ever combined review held at the Elks Hall in Williams Lake June 6. Cadets demonstrated drill movements and other aspects of training that they have learned during the past year. Major Rick M. Lewis, SBStJ, CD, AdeC of Prince George was the reviewing officer. The CO’s Achievement Award 2011/12 was presented to the Sea Cadet team which took second place in the provincial seamanship competition in Victoria this past year. The Eric Rowe Memorial Award was presented to Army Cadet Sgt. Sheldon Samra by Marilyn Rowe, her daughter Crystal Petryshen and granddaughter Kaylyn Petryshen. Royal Canadian Legion Medal of Excellence awards were presented to Sea Cadet Master Seaman Mercedes Sigsworth and to Army Cadet Sgt. Alex Sheridan by Branch 139 president Joyce Norberg. Lord Strathcona Med-

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rad weekend was busy, as expected, but a really wonderful time as well. My youngest daughter graduated with dozens of others, and they should all be very proud. I enFrom the joyed being part Mayor’s of the cerChair emonies, shaking Kerry Cook hands and giving hugs to the graduates. I’m always impressed when I hear the many achievements and the talent of our young people, and I’m looking forward to hearing about their future success. I want to say a huge thank you to the school administrators, all of the volunteers, and the Dry Grad Committee, who worked so hard to put on grad this year. It is a massive undertaking and a lot of work. And a special thanks to all of our teachers who are in our schools every day helping our students become adults. Well done! You might have noticed as you drive up Highway 97 that the city is doing some work. The project to improve the irrigation system on the highway is going well. Not only is the system being upgraded to function better, but city staff will be able to measure water usage. The system will also become automatic, shutting off when it is raining, for instance, like the systems in our parks. These new efficiencies will help in our water conservation efforts. We are also seeing improvements along Oliver Street as the project to replace the sidewalk next to Herb Gardner Park progresses. The old asphalt sidewalk will be replaced with a concrete one and the lighting will also be improved. It will be a welcome addition to the downtown. There was a highlight for Williams Lake in the June issue of Western Investor, which had a cover story headlined Confidence in the Cariboo. It was about how the people of Williams Lake and the Interior and its economy are resilient, and about the huge benefits mining could have on our economy. We want to become B.C.’s service and training centre for mining, and that is one way we can make a real economic impact. Kerry Cook is the mayor of Williams Lake.

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Two sides of the debate Politics is all about debate (or at least it used to be when politicians actually debated issues). Debate, as we all know, is about arguing a position, whether we believe it or not. So when you reach the pinnacle of politics, you should be able to debate an issue. And we have a couple of the best in Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Premier Christy Clark. There is plenty of debate this week over the Conservative government’s omnibus budget bill. The government has lumped a multitude of items together into one bill in order to get them rapidly passed through the House of Commons. Debate on the actual items is severely limited. Harper and his gang aren’t the first to do this. In fact many governments have used this loophole in our due process to push items through. The Liberals did it when Harper was leader of the Official Opposition. He debated then that lumping items together into an omnibus bill does not serve democ-

racy. Now, he argues, it’s necessary to pass the budget so the government can get a handle on the deficit. Then there’s Premier Christy Clark. Earlier this week the provincial media pressed her to take a stand on the Northern Gateway pipeline project. She restated her position that Victoria will wait for the environmental review process to run its course before taking a stand. While making the comments she also praised the environmental review process as being thorough and rigorous. Who would want to pre-judge the process? This is the same environmental review process that she panned vociferously a few months ago when it rejected the Prosperity Mine project west of Williams Lake. Yes, it is good to be able to debate both sides of an argument. But when you’re not in the debating club, it just comes across as being two-faced. — Bill Phillips

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s I’ve settled back into the routine of my community office, I’ve been struck by what feels like an increasing need for additional supports for seniors, people with disabilities, and vulnerable families and children. The level of need definitely seems greater now than when I was first elected in 2005. I recently hosted two seniors’ care forums in Quesnel and Williams Lake where the BC Ombudsperson spoke to her reports and recommendations about seniors’ issues. The seniors at these meetMLA ings confirmed Musings that they Bob Simpson feel they have less government support now than in the past. Meanwhile, as the cost of living goes up, seniors’ fixed incomes don’t stretch as far as they used to, undermining their ability to be more self-sufficient. I also met with a multiple sclerosis self-help group this past week, and people informed me about their struggles to get the help they need to stay in their own homes and to afford the diets and supplements that will help manage their disease. Simple changes, like having to buy steriswabs because some drug companies stopped including them with their injectable drug treatments, have caused major financial headaches for some people.  In a resource-rich province like ours, why aren’t we able to provide more support for our most vulnerable citizens? More to the point, we are a resource-rich province in a resource-constrained world, so why have we been in a budget deficit for 16 of the past 21 years? Something’s desperately wrong with how we price our natural resources and who’s benefitting from them. This week the premier surprised British Columbians with some long overdue changes to the income assistance system. The changes restore some of the cuts and clawbacks that Gordon Campbell initiated during his first term in office. The real welfare system that needs changing, however, is the corporate one. The tax cuts and subsidies created and supported by successive governments prevent us from raising income assistance and disability rates and increasing supports to the most vulnerable people in our society. Bob Simpson is the Independent MLA for Cariboo North.


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Check out the farmer’s market Editor: The Williams Lake Food Policy Council would like to celebrate farmer’s market season here in the Cariboo. Williams Lake is home to two farmer’s markets — the longstanding Williams Lake Farmer’s Market on Fridays in Boitanio Park and the Oliver Street Market held Saturdays in Herb Gardner Park. Why should we make a point to shop at our local farmer’s markets? I could list many reasons, such as the supurb taste locally grown food has, being able to ask questions about what you put in your body, etc, but I think one of the strongest things our town has going for it is the community of people who support our local food producers. Every year, I am continually im-

pressed at what a strong network of people we have concerned about eating locally. My favourite thing about being at a farmer’s market in Williams Lake is seeing the familiar faces of vendors and customers, many of whom are people I only see at market. With the first few weeks behind us, it’s a feeling of coming out of hibernation, meeting up with people I haven’t seen since the last markets in October, excitingly filling each other in on our “winter� lives, etc. And at the same time, feelings of peace and comfort, like there has been no time lost between us and that our “summer� lives have resumed. The markets are also regular stopping points to newcomers to our town; I have been very lucky to meet people from all over the world

through our farmer’s markets, people I would otherwise never have met. I cannot express how much hope the Williams Lake Farmer’s Market and the Oliver Street Market give me for the future of our town. These two vibrant, weekly (seasonal) events give us the opportunity to continue building a strong network of people, the basis of any strong community, here in Williams Lake. The Williams Lake Food Policy Council would like to thank all those who support our local food producers, and encourage everyone to stop by one or both of our farmers markets this season. Michelle Daymond Food action co-ordinator Williams Lake Food Policy Council

Taseko answers to its shareholders Editor:  Herb Nakada’s recent letter to the editor suggests that the development of the New Prosperity mine is only about corporate greed and that somehow the only solution to overcome this is a new world order and global economy. I recall seeing a video of some brick layers in Russia living in that era’s utopian system of a few years back. Their brick laying was terrible, sloppy, and would not stand up in any kind of quaking. When asked, it did not matter. They got paid anyway.  I do not think that there is a single wood mill operating in Williams Lake that has been started except by great personal financial risk and sacrifice. Every ranch and small and large businesses in

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this greater community are operated by people who often are sacrificing their all in the hopes of eventually being somewhat successful. Historically, whether it be a kid getting up at the crack of dawn to deliver papers, or a man like Henry Ford developing a system to speed up the process of manufacturing automobiles, every person building what eventually appears to some, as a rich pyramid, started out by scraping their pennies together, to have us, as yourself, pointing fingers at them as some kind of greedy piranhas in our society. Taseko Mines is not owed by one man. It is owned by a large shareholding corporation. The CEO of that corporation answers to those shareholders. And who are these shareholders,

as with any successful corporation? The shareholders are you and me, as almost every mutual and pension fund invests in such corporations. The rate of return for the so-called greedy taxpaying investors in Taseko’s shares is currently less that 2.5 per cent. It is one thing to talk about changing a world order. It is another to do it. I suggest that if Mr. Nakada thinks this can be done, he should measure the support for his new world order concept by running for public office. Meanwhile in our existing world, the mine will provide employment, income, and tax-paying dollars benefiting thousands.  Doug Wilson Williams Lake

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What are your plans following graduation?

Michael Byer

Zach Straza

Hopefully playing hockey in Chase.

Playing junior hockey down in the Okanagan.

Cassandra Tazelaar

Ryley Gardner

Going welding.

Working in town.

Andrew Woodward

Kyra Stuart

Goign to UBCO for engineering.

Attending TRU and going into nursing.

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Don’t bring invasive plants with you when you visit your neighbour

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he following is a cowboy-logic pearl of wisdom taken from the Pharo Cattle Company’s online newsletter. Others are happy with much less than you have. How true! There are many different ways to interpret, but for now I’ll take it to mean that we should have been grateful for the tiny amount of precipitation we’ve received up to now. Although the rest of the province appears to be drowning, at Alkali Lake we have

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been bereft of rain, not garnering enough to even dampen down the dust! My house (situated alongside the main thoroughfare) is full of it and our rangelands, as dry as the proverbial bone.

Not anymore. We got rain on Tuesday. It rained most of the day. After dinner it rained so hard that the signal to the TV’s satellite receiver was blocked by the deluge. Yippee! All of our wishing, hoping and praying seemed ineffective, but you know what I think cracked the clouds? The advent of company coming (Wednesday) from the Lower Mainland. Their exact wording, when they called last week to see if a

visit would be convenient? “Can we come next Wednesday? It’ll be a quick trip, we’ll drive up in the morning, visit in the afternoon and early evening, overnight in Williams Lake and leave for home early Thursday morning. We’ve just got to get out of this rain for a day.� Thanks, folks — we got rain! On the subject of visiting; if you plan to be a guest (Jim Gerrish grazing seminars) next week on someone else’s agricultural

operation, please be mindful that while your presence may be welcome, what you may inadvertently bring with you as you visit may not. For instance, if you live (drive) where there is an invasive plant (weed) species issue, be sure that you are not taking it with you (on your person/vehicle) to the neighbour’s place. Liz Twan is a local rancher and freelance columnist for the Tribune.

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news School District 27 scholarship and bursary winners Scholarships and bursaries were presented in 126 categories to Williams Lake secondary and Columneetza secondary students during the 2012 graduation ceremonies held June 9 at the Cariboo Memorial Complex. Alexis Creek Community Bursary: Robert Telford, Mackenzie Ilnicki, Lane Bayliff. Atlantic Power Corporation Scholarships: sciences, Danaya Rankin; community involvement, Kate Neufeld. BC Government Retired Employees Bursary: Shaylyn Landry. Big and Beaver Lakes Livestock Assoc. Bursary: Curtis Stromsten. Henry Bob Memorial Bursary: Patrick Newsome. Bernard Boe Memorial Bursary: Maeghan Watkinson. Nino Calabrese Memorial Bursary: Jamie Carrier. Canadian Mental Health Association Bursary: Kelsey Borgfjord. Canadian Parents for French Bursaries: work ethic, Abbigayle Taylor; achievement, Dylan Matheson. Cariboo Bethel Church Bursary: Melissa Fraser. Cariboo Chilcotin Elder College Bursaries: Camille Roberts, Brittany Deny. Cariboo Chilcotin Principals’ and Vice-Principals’ Association Scholarships and Bursaries: Torie Goodall, Alexis Myhre, Alexis Forseille. Cariboo Chilcotin Teachers’ Association Scholarships: Kate Neufeld, Reece Kowalski, Amy Stafford, Tyler Basran, Josiah Corbett. Cariboo Dental Scholarships: Helena Morgan, Maeghan Watkinson. Cariboo Elks Lodge Bursary: Alexis Myhre, Giovanna Gasparini. Cariboo Eye Care Clinic Scholarship: Ashley Abercrombie. Cariboo Foundation Society Scholarships: Mitchell Johnson, Melanie Dallow, Stephanie Lachapelle, Andrew Woodward, Lane Bayliff, Jayden Nohr, Kiah Wallace-Webb, Eric Davidson, Ryan Jensen, Chloe Holdal. Cariboo Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Bursaries: Shaylyn Landry, Hailey Johnson - Graham. CRD Bursary: Mitchell Wiebe. Catholic Women’s

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 139 second vice-president Bonnie O’Neill (right) presents a $500 bursary to Columneetza graduate Savannah Nadeau.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 139 second vice-president Bonnie O’Neill (right) presents a $500 bursary to WLSS grad Alexis Myhre.

League Bursary: Sophie Durfeld. Douglas Castling Memorial: Melissa Fraser. Walter and Cathy Chernoff Leadership Award: Amy Penny. Columneetza PAC Bursary: Carina Mutschele. Columneetza Student Council Bursary: Ravinder Dhaliwal, Danielle Goward. Community Arts Council Scholarship: Sam Tudor. Ryan Corbin Memorial Bursary: Matthew McMath, Jordan Schofield. Cynthia Dare Memorial Scholarship: Becky Grosso. Dawson Scholarships: Tyler Basran, Alexis Forseille. Daybreak Rotary Club Bursary: Zachary Zwiers. Dhillon and Rai Memorial Bursary: Dustin Hubner. Dunn and Coupal Bursary: Stephanie Lachapelle. Gordon R. Elliot Memorial Scholarship: Kate Neufeld. Roger Erickson Memorial Bursary: Reece Kowalski. Daryll Eriksson Memorial Bursary: Lane Bayliff. 2004 Forest Capital Committee Scholarship: Dylan Matheson. Wallace Evan Ford Memorial Bursary: Patrick Newsome. Shelley Fullerton Memorial Bursary: Sara Benard. Jack and Hazel Gardner Memorial Bursary: Reece Kowalski. Irene Griffith Memorial /Glendale School Bursary: Nico Ainley. Guru Nanak Sikh Temple Bursary: Ravinder Dhaliwal. Leslie Hall Memorial Bursary: Jordan Bremner. Walter Hardy Memorial Bursary: Danielle Goward. Rusty Helgason Memo-

ganization (Branch #93) Scholarship: Andrew Zus. Order of the Eastern Star (Princess Pine #67) Bursary: Amy Stafford. Order of the Royal Purple Bursary: Maeghan Watkinson, Brittany Denny. Parent Support Group of Sacred Heart School Scholarship: Violet Weaver. August Martin Piltz Foundation: Ashley Abercrombie, Torie Goodall. Pinnacle Pellet Williams Lake Inc. Bursary: Benno Durfeld.
PMT Chartered Accountants’ Bursary: Brittany Denny. Brett Preston Memorial Bursary: Mitchell Benisch. Graham Pritchard Rugby Dedication Award: Benno Durfeld. Punjabi Sports Club Bursary: Michael Byers. RCMP Citizenship Bursaries: Jordan Goodman, Kirtus Young, Robert Pedersen, Darcy Flaherty. Trudy Redl Memorial Bursary: Kiana Paterson. Right Photography Bursary: Alexandra Page. Riverside Truckers’ Association Legacy List Bursaries: Joel Dyble, Melissa Fraser, Leyland Bernier, Violet Weaver, Mackenzie Ilnicki, Jamie Moore, Kenneth (Riley) Gardner, Kyra Stuart, Katrina Getz. Tim Rolph Memorial Bursaries: Amy Stafford, Camille Roberts. Royal Canadian Legion Branch #139 Bursaries: Alexis Myhre, Savannah Nadeau. Satre-Graham King Bursary: Michele Myers. A.G. Scott Estate Scholarship: Danaya Rankin. Soda Creek Truckers’ Association Bursary: Bhavdeep Sahota. South Cariboo Bar Association Scholarships: Isabella Ruby, Mackenzie Bernier. Rob Stobbe Memorial

rial Bursary: Sam Tudor. Gordie Helm Music Spirit Award: Rowan Dolighan. Horsefly Women’s Institute Memorial Bursaries: Candace Duitschaever, Carina Mutschele, Hali Jenner. Hub International – Barton Insurance Brokers’ Bursary: Jordan Goodman. IKON Award: Ta l i a Baptiste. Danielle Helmer Memorial Scholarship: Alexandra Page. IOUE (Fred Schoennagel Memorial Bursaries): Kylie Gill, Dustin Hubner. Glen Jackson Memorial Bursary: Isabella Ruby. Kiwanis Club Scholarships: Brittany Denny, Kiana Paterson. Knights of Columbus Bursaries: Sophie Durfeld, Eric Davidson. Felix & Maisie Kohnke Memorial Scholarship: Ben Magnuson. Fred & Masako Kozuki Award: Jordan Goodman. Nancy Leggett Memorial Scholarship: Tyler Basran. Lioness Club Bursaries: Melanie Dallow, Dana Sarauer. Lions Club Bursary: Kiana Paterson. Joan MacDonald Memorial Bursaries: Curtis Stromsten, Trent Thompson. Masonic Order Bursaries: Kalie Cook, Carina Mutschele, Shaylyn Landry. McMechan Award: Ben Magnuson. Mountain West Studios Scholarship: Melissa Fraser, Erica Pfleiderer. Mount Polley Mining Corporation Scholarship: Melanie Dallow. Northern BC Winter Games Scholarships: Bridget Russell, Amy Penny. Old Age Pensioners Or-

Bursary: Mitchell Johnson. Storland Lodge (Sons of Norway) Bursary: Torie Goodall. Donald Sutherland Memorial Scholarship: Alexandra Page. Tasco Supplies Bursaries: Angela Kadar, Mackenzie Ilnicki, Kelsey Borgfjord. Tolko Industries Ltd. Scholarship: Pherris Herbert, Stephanie Lachapelle, Ravinder Dhaliwal, Jasleen Saini. United Steel Workers Local I-425 Bursaries: Kayla Bush, Bhavdeep Sahota, Alison Lussier, Andrew Zus, Ravinder Dhaliwal. Ronald and Jean Duncan Waite Memorial Scholarships: Bridget Russell, Josiah Corbett, Ashley Abercrombie. Weldwood Truckers’ Association Bursary: Amy Penny. Western Communities Foundation Exceptional Achievement Citation and Bursary Award: Carina Mutschele. West Fraser Mills Ltd. Williams Lake Plywood Division Bursaries: Serena Knill, Patrick Verbeck, Teagan Laurient. West Fraser Mills Ltd.

Williams Lake Sawmill Division Scholarships: Rajan Mangat, Leyland Bernier. West Fraser Truckers’ Association Bursary: Bhavdeep Sahota. West Fraser Truckers’ Association Scholarships: Jamie Carrier, Leyland Bernier, Kyra Stuart, Danielle Goward, Dana Sarauer, Jamie Moore. Williams Lake Bursary Fund: Shaylyn Landry, Dylan Matheson, Kelsey Smith, Dylan Pritchard, Candace Craigen, Drew Wilde, Stephanie Tucker, Tori Swan, Joshua Campbell, Jessica Herrick, Kelly O’Connor, Korah Konopke, Brent Holland, Taylor O’Dine, Liana Nguyen, Danya Gizikoff, Haley Tazelaar, Ashley Cantelo, Adam Instant, Tegan Tugnum, Erica Pfleiderer. Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce Bursary, Abbigayle Taylor. Williams Lake and District Credit Union Bursaries: Selina Kreis, Mitchell Wiebe, Robyn Ferguson. Williams Lake Fire Department Auxiliary Bursary: Jamie Warnock. Williams Lake Field Naturalists’ Bursary: Tyler Basran. Williams Lake High School Rodeo Club PAC Bursaries: Bradley Rymer. Williams Lake Log Haulers’Association Scholarships: Leyland Bernier, Kenneth (Ryley) Gardner, Violet Weaver. Williams Lake Log Haulers’ Association Bursaries: Katrina Getz, Mackenzie Ilnicki. Williams Lake MADD Chapter Bursaries: Meaghan Watkinson, Amy Penny, Connie Engelhart. Williams Lake Medical Staff Scholarships: Patrick Newsome, Dustin Hubner. Williams Lake Minor Hockey Association Scholarships: Joshua Hutchin-

son, Kenny Lowen Memorial; Jayden Nohr, Leon Whitford Memorial; Zachary Straza, Harry Buchanan Memorial. Williams Lake Rotary Club Scholarship: Jeremy Koch. Williams Lake Secondary School Fine Arts Awards (BAND): Danaya Rankin, Andrew Zus. Williams Lake Secondary School Staff Award: Erica Pfleiderer. Williams Lake Secondary School Students’ Council Bursary: Alexis Forseille. Williams Lake Secondary School PAC Bursaries: Jordan Schofield, Kristof Sommer, Amy Stafford. Williams Lake Seniors Village Bursary: Carina Mutschele. Williams Lake Stampede Association Scholarship: Alexis Forseille. Williams Lake Student Support Fund Bursary: Amy Penny. Williams Lake Studio Theatre Society Biddy Jones Bursary: Kalysta Szauer. Williams Lake Tribune Bursary: Morgan Grosso. Williams Lake Woodlot W1579 Bursary: Kaleb Carpenter. Williams Lake Youth Soccer Scholarship: Isabella Ruby. Bob Rogerson Memorial Scholarship (WLYSA): Jordan Schofield. Ken Wright Memorial Bursary (San Jose Logging): Jacob Purdy. Williams Lake Canadian High School Rodeo Finals Bursaries: Bradley Rymer. Wyse Family Bursary: Ashley Abercrombie. Xerox Business Bursaries: Jeremy Koch, Kelsey Smith. Harriet Zirnhelt Memorial Bursary: Isabella Ruby. Zirnhelt Timber Framing Bursary: Dylan Pritchard.

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WINNERS CHECKS can be picked up at Laketown Furnishings Tues. June 19th (bring ID) Box indicates tie break winner. 1st Place $500.00, 2nd Place $300.00, 3rd Place $200.00, 4th Place $100.00 and 5th - 10th $75.00 Net Proceeds to Community Policing

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Martial artists qualify for worlds Greg Sabatino Tribune Staff Writer Eight members of the Williams Lake Shogun Martial Arts Academy represented Team B.C. in Montreal at the recent World Karate and Kickboxing Council National Championships. Macy Lainchbury, Adanna Nustad, Carl Lam, Tanna Lauriente, Abrie Kilian, Wes Nustad, Glen Rogers and Katharina Koppe qualified to represent the team joining the top 600-plus martial artists from around the country May 18-20 at the tournament — each competing in various weight classes and age groups. Wes, 33, Kilian, 31, and Rogers, 29, each competed in the 75- to 80-kilogram weight class in continuous fighting. Wes finished with a silver medal, Kilian took fourth and Rogers placed fifth — a result that qualifies Wes and Kilian for the WKC World Championships Oct. 2-7 in Montreal with Rogers on the team as an alternate. “It was my first nationals so I’m happy with it,� Wes said. “All the competitors were very good. They were well prepared, that’s for sure. But it was lots of fun.� Wes also finished with a 10thplace finish in point fighting, while Kilian took eighth. “Of all the weight classes ours

was the most loaded one,� Kilian said. “We were in such good shape and I think we could have done better, but we just did some little things wrong and kind of beat ourselves. “Apart from that, the tournament was excellent.� Koppe, competing in the ladies’ event, finished with a silver medal in continuous fighting while Lam, 16, in the 16- to 17-year-old under-60 kg continuous fighting division, finished with a bronze medal — both results strong enough to earn spots at worlds. Lam said he’s looking forward to the opportunity to compete on the world stage. “This will be my first time,� he said. “I’ve competed at nationals a couple times before but worlds have normally been too far away. I’m excited about worlds. Now, I’ve just got to train and get ready.� Lauriente, 15, in point fighting and continuous fighting, also qualified for the Canadian team as an alternate. Lainchbury and Adanna, both 10, competed in point fighting and team kata, with Lainchbury also competing in individual kata. Both said their divisions were tough, and both were slotted against a past world champion for their age group at the tournament. Lainchbury finished fifth in point

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Williams Lake Shogun Martial artists and Team B.C. members (from right) Abrie Kilian and Wes Nustad show some camaraderie with two Team Ontario members at the WKC National Championships in Montreal recently. fighting, making her an alternate for Team Canada, while both combined in the team kata event to take sixth (also alternates). Lainchbury competed in the under-30 kg class, while Adanna fought in the under45 kg class. Wes, whose daughter is Adanna, added competing alongside her was a great experience. “That was pretty awesome,� he said. “It was a good bonding experience. Everybody at the tournament was super friendly, nobody really had an ego there, so it was pretty low stress for them [Adanna and the younger kids].� For more on the WKC World Championships visit www.wkccanada.com.

Riders from around the province turned out for the Fifth Annual Pedal by the Puddle enduroformat mountain bike race Sunday in Williams Lake. Ivor McMahen, one of the organizers, said 135 adults and 35 kids participated — 58 of those competitors from out of town. “I was thrilled with how well everything went off,� McMahen said. “The weather co-operated, we had a good turnout, Brett Tippie delivered the goods in the announcing department, the mood was upbeat and I think everybody had a good time.� The race itself saw riders — either as individuals or as part of a two-person team — complete as many laps as possible around a 10-kilometre loop off Dog Creek’s

Gun-A-Noot Trail for six consecutive hours. Tippie, a Kamloops freeriding legend, kept riders and spectators entertained throughout the day on the mic. “There’s a reason he’s a legend,â€? McMahen said. “He didn’t stop the whole day other than to sit down for a few minutes. People just loved it and it really added to the day. He provided lots of laughs and he really pumped it up.â€? Riders competed in multiple categories on the day. The following are the top three finishers (where available), and number of laps completed, in each race category: • Women’s Team Over 95: Ann Smith and Denise Deschene, four laps • Women’s Team 76-95: Martha Shoemaker and Elisa Braccia, six laps; Leigh Sindlinger and Shaw-

na Schaefer, five laps • Women’s Team 0-75: Sarah Purslow and Helen Purslow, six laps; Monica Fillmore and Sarah Merkle, six laps; Amber Bowen and Angela Gutzer, four laps • Men’s Team Over 95: Scott Forrest and Martin Daburger, seven laps; Derek Ingram and Ed Day, seven laps; Ivor McMahen and Scott McCreight, seven laps • Men’s team 76-95: Tim Daechsel and Ryan Oliver, nine laps; Nathan Blok and Merle Tutte, eight laps; Jason Jacobs and Glen Boudreau, eight laps • Men’s Team 0-75: Matt Janzen and Ben Crimp, eight laps; Justin Calof and Jesse Hohert, seven laps; Radim Suchanec and Tim Antill, seven laps • Mixed Team Over 95: Melissa Newberry and Charles Newberry, four laps • Mixed Team 76-95: Nikki Kas-

Thunder Mountain Speedway in Williams Lake hosts its second racing event of the season with Fan Appreciation Night. Local classes including Street Stock, Thudner STock, Bone Stock and Heartland Toyota Pro Minis will be in action. Time trial begin at 4 p.m. with racing to start at 5 p.m. sharp. Adults are $10, seniors and students are $5 and children under 12 are free. For more information visit www.thundermountainspeedway.ca.

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Williams Lake’s Adanna Nustad (left), 10, fights at the WKC National Championships.

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tle and Phil Evanson, eight laps; Beth Holden and Tom Schoen, six laps; Aaron Snively and Micheline Snively, six laps • Mixed Team 0-75: Niki Brandson and Cory Brunelle, seven laps; Kurt Williams and Jane Wellburn, six laps; Luke Abrahamse and Becky Abrahamse, five laps • Solo Female 0-39: Grace Hiom, six laps; Brittany Klingmann, five laps; Pauline Robinson, five laps • Solo Female 40 and Over: Angelika McKinley, four laps; Cheryl Parker, three laps; Beverly Rooke, three laps • Solo Male 0-39: Kelly Servinski, eight laps; Kris Yip, seven laps; Jeremy Myers, seven laps • Solo Male 40 and Over: Paul Berry, eight laps; Peter Findlay, eight laps; Troy Knutson, six laps For full results from the race visit www.zone4.ca and search for Pedal by the Puddle.

This Saturday and Sunday the Father’s Day fishing derby takes place on Lac La Hache. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for kids. Cash prizes, bonus draws and a silent auction will take place. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be available Sunday. Tickets are available at Kokanee Bay Resort, Lac La Hache, Race Trac Food Mart, Donex and Chilcotin Guns.

Sunday, June 24 KidSport Classic This year’s KidSport Classic half marathon, relay and 10-kilometre walk and run is scheduled for Sunday, June 24. KidSport provides funds to cover the costs of sport registration for kids who might not otherwise get the chance to play sports. Distances for the race will be a half marathon, 10 kilometre walk or run and a 21-kilometre, two- to four-person relay. Refreshments, entertainment, awards and draw prizes will be part of this family-centred event. For more information or to register or volunteer contact the Cariboo Memorial Complex at 250-398-7665. Maps, race information and entry forms are available at the complex or at www.activewilliamslake.com.


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Fifth Annual Pedal by the Puddle (June 10) Women’s Team Over 95: Ann Smith and Denise Deschene, four laps Women’s Team 76-95: Martha Shoemaker and Elisa Braccia, six laps; Leigh Sindlinger and Shawna Schaefer, five laps Women’s Team 0-75: Sarah Purslow and Helen Purslow, six laps; Monica Fillmore and Sarah Merkle, six laps; Amber Bowen and Angela Gutzer, four laps Men’s Team Over 95: Scott Forrest and Martin Daburger, seven laps; Derek Ingram and Ed Day, seven laps; Ivor McMahen and Scott McCreight, seven laps Men’s team 76-95: Tim Daechsel and Ryan Oliver, nine laps; Nathan Blok and Merle Tutte, eight laps; Jason Jacobs and Glen Boudreau, eight laps Men’s Team 0-75: Matt Janzen and Ben Crimp, eight laps; Justin Calof and Jesse Hohert, seven laps; Radim Suchanec and Tim Antill, seven laps Mixed Team Over 95: Melissa Newberry and Charles Newberry, four laps Mixed Team 76-95: Nikki Kastle and Phil Evanson, eight laps; Beth Holden and Tom Schoen, six laps; Aaron Snively and Micheline Snively, six laps Mixed Team 0-75: Niki Brandson and Cory Brunelle, seven laps; Kurt Williams and Jane Wellburn, six laps; Luke Abrahamse and Becky Abrahamse, five laps Solo Female 0-39: Grace Hiom, six laps; Brittany Klingmann, five laps; Pauline Robinson, five laps. Solo Female 40 and Over: Angelika McKinley, four laps; Cheryl Parker, three laps; Beverly Rooke, three laps Solo Male 0-39: Kelly Servinski, eight laps; Kris Yip, seven laps; Jeremy Myers, seven laps. Solo Male 40 and Over: Paul Berry, eight laps; Peter Findlay, eight laps; Troy Knutson, six laps Monster Energy Motocross Nationals MX1 Pro Class Top 10 Standings 1. Matt Goerke, Lake Helen, Fla. 2. Bobby Kiniry, Holland Patent, NY. 3. Tyler MEdaglia, Kemptville, Ont. 4. Colton Facciotti, St. Thomas, Ont. 5. Tyler Villopoto, Poulsbo, Wash. 6. Dusty Klatt, Campbell River, B.C. 7. Kyle Keast, Lindsay, Ont. 8. Gavin Gracyk, Blissfield, OH. 9. Morgan Burger, Nampa, Ida. 10. Brock Hoyer, Williams Lake, B.C. Williams Lake Ladies Golf Results (June 5) Second Flight Third Flight First Flight 1. Sharleen Riplinger 1. Karen Brink 1. Sharon Cleveland 2. Gina Alexander (retro) 2. Linda Bond 2. Doris Gage (retro) 3. Sharon Duffin (retro) 3. Karen Straza (retro) 3. Leona McKay Chip-In Winners:9 Hole — Darcie Wright — $24 18 Hole — Darvie Wright and Trina Halfnights — $5.50 Business Hole Sponsors: F1 Closest to the line sponsored by Woodland Jewellers — Doris Gage F2 Closest to the line sponsored by M&M Meats — Sharleen Riplinger F3 Closest to the line spon. by Oliver’s Bar & Grill — Christine Erickson F1 KP 4th Shot sponsored by Save-On-Foods — Doris Gage F2 KP 4th Shot sponsored by Heartland Toyota — Gina Alexander F3 KP 3rd Shot sponsored by Margett’s Meats — Linda Bond Open Longest Putt sponsored by Bob’s Shoe Repair — Christine Erickson Open Longest Putt sponsored by Cariboo Bowling Lanes — Liselle Pierce BC High School Rodeo Finals in Williams Lake Overall (team roping and bull riding not available), June 7-10 Boys Cutting Girls Cutting 1. Lance Isaak, Arras 1. Anna Rorison, Dawson Creek 2. Ricky Warren, Hudson Hope 2. Rachel Kerr, Kamloops 3. Chad Braaten, 150 Mile House 3. Krystie Vipond, Dawson Creek Bareback Barrel Racing 1. CJ Graham, Hudson Hope 1. Vanessa Leggett, Kamloops Saddle Bronc 2. Fallon Fosbery, Merritt 1. Ricky Warren, Hudson Hope 3. Gaylene Babcock, Fort St. John 2. Cole Churchill, Westwold Goat Tying 3/4. Matt Armes, Williams Lake 1. Evangeline Windmill, Coldstream 3/4. Ty Drinkall, Chetwynd 2. Krystie Vipond, Dawson Creek Tie Down Roping 3. Jessie Morris, Langley 1. Cole Churchill, Westwold Breakaway Roping 2. Brooke McFarland, Langley 1. Rika Wieth, Lone Butte 3. Logan Wharry, Langley 2. Madison Mills, Kamloops 6. Chad Braaten, 150 Mile House 3. Jessie Morris, Langley Steer Wrestling Pole Bending 1. Cole Churchill, Westwold 1. Gaylene Babcock, Fort St. John 2. Riley Kynoch, Merritt 2. Vanessa Leggett, Kamloops 3. Brooke McFarland, Langley 3. Amy Pozzobon, Merritt 5. Matt Armes, Williams Lake

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Williams Lake’s Peter Stellato (left), during his sixth of nine rounds, stands alongside Williams Lake Golf and Tennis Club president Malcolm McGregor Monday during the PGA of BC’s ALS Golf-A-Thon. Stellato played 162 holes of golf and raised more than $6,000.

Stellato raises $6,000 for charity Peter Stellato, head professional at the Williams Lake Golf and Tennis Club, played 162 holes of golf, or nine rounds, Monday in the lakecity. Stellato was participating in the PGA of BC’s ALS Golf-A-Thon, helping raise money to

research a cure for the debilitating disease. In total, Stellato raised close to $6,000 (with more to come) receiving pledges from a number of people throughout the community. Stellato said he would like to thank all of the members and people of

the community that donated to the cause, and to the people who cheered him on during the day. “I chose to do this Golf-A-Thon for Mr. Bill Montgomery, and seeing the smile on his face made my day and helped me get through those rounds,” he said.

He added numerous volunteers assisted him in driving the golf cart and getting flags including: Malcolm McGregor, Chris Hicks, Bill and Elsie Montgomery, Phil Elgie, Michelle Palmer, Don Taylor and the ALS Ladies of Williams Lake.


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Columneetza Secondary School’s top academic students this year are Patrick Newsome (left), Maeghan Watinkson, Dustin Hubner, Benjamin Magnuson, Carina Mutschele, Tyler Basran, and Jordan Goodman above. The awards were presented during the combined graduation ceremonies held at the Cariboo Memorial Complex Saturday.

Williams Lake Secondary School’s top academic students this year are Melissa Fraser (left), Alexis Forseille, Bridget Russell, Kate Neufeld, Isabella Ruby, Danaya Rankin, and Kiana Paterson.

Cariboo Art Society hosts 68th annual show “Wonder� is the theme of the Cariboo Art Society’s 68th annual show and sale which opened at the Station House Gallery June 7. The show features the latest works of 11 art society members, Sharon Prevette, Elisabeth Hoelderl, Karen Mayers, Kris Andrews, Jennifer Bazan, Yvette Rogers, Lorne Lazzarotto, Gladys Wheatley, Anne Kohut, Marilyn Dickson, Jenni Bazan and Tracy Pajamaki. Everyone’s vision of “wonder� is different of course and works in this show reflect the memories and experiences of individual members working in their own styles and mediums on the theme wonder. The artists meet to work together Saturday mornings at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre and invite other aspiring artists to join them. The show runs until June 30.

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Artists Kris Andrews (left) and Yvette Rogers engage in lively discussion about their approaches to print making. The art society will be holding a print-making workshop this summer with a noted printmaker from Victoria.

enjoy a laugh during the opening of the show. Lazzarotto presented a history of the art society and talked a bit about his own development as an artist, a vocation he encourages other men to embrace.

The four 2012 Stampede Queen contestants will participate in the riding portion of their horsemanship skills training and judging at the Williams Lake Stampede Grounds tonight, June 14, starting at 5 p.m. The public is invited to come out and watch. The annual Stampede Queen Coronation will be held in the Gibraltar room on June 23. Tickets are available for purchase at the Stampede Office or from any of the contestants.

Thursday, June 21 Aboriginal Day Aboriginal Day is coming up Thursday June 21 and the whole community is invited to participate. The traditional Aboriginal Day Parade will start at 1 p.m. beginning at the corner of First Avenue and Oliver Street and proceeding along Oliver Street, then turning left on Eighth Avenue, and on into Boitanio Park. In the park there will be all sorts of fun for families with crafts, information booths, games, activities for kids, drumming, dancing and much more. Events will take place in Boitanio Park from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For more information contact Bonnie Slack or Dave Feil at 250-392-7361.

Thursday, June 14 Parade entry time This year’s Stampede Parade theme is Rockin’ & Rollin’ in the Cariboo and in a fitting tribute to the theme, Morris Bates, the lakecity’s, if not the world’s, first really great Elvis tribute artist will be this year’s honorary parade marshal. And in keeping with the tribute a $250 prize will be given to the Best Elvis Impersonator in the parade. Entry applications for the Daybreak Rotary’s Stampede Parade on Saturday, June 30 are available in issues of the Tribune. More information on the parade is also available at www.stampedeparade.com or by calling 250-392-4489 extension 2056 or by fax at 250-3923030.


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Columneetza second languages award winners Patrick Newsome (left) and Carina Mutschele.

Columneetza fine arts award winner Maeghan Watkinson with principal Gregg Gaylord. Graduation ceremonies were held for Columneetza Secondary School and Williams Lake Secondary School Saturday at the Cariboo Memorial Complex. During each of the ceremonies awards were presented to top students in various categories as follows:

WLSS fine arts award winners Kalie Cook (left) and Sam Tudor. Sam is also the WLSS valedictorian.

WLSS physical education award winners Kaleb Carpenter and Isabella Ruby. WLSS applied skills award winner Courtney Sarnowski.

COLUMNEETZA Columneetza 2012 Top Academic Students (alphabetically): Tyler Basran, Jordan Goodman, Dustin Hubner, Benjamin Magnuson, Carina Mutschele, Patrick Newsome, Maeghan Watkinson. Columneetza Secondary School Distict Dogwood Authority Awards 2012: Fine Arts: Maeghan Watkinson, Stephanie Phillips. Applied Skills: Mitchell Benisch, Marshall Hacker. Second Language: Carina Mutschele, Patrick Newsome. Physical Activity: Matthew McMath, Jordan Goodman, Andrew Woodward. WLSS WLSS 2012 top academic students: Melissa Fraser, Kate Neufeld, Kiana Paterson, Isabella Ruby, Danaya Rankin, Alexis Forseille, Bridget Give life .... register to be an organ donor today!

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Russell. Williams Lake Secondary School Dogwood District Authority Awards 2012 Fine Arts: Sam Tudor, Kalie Cook.

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Columneetza physical activity award winners Jordan Goodman (left), Matthew McMath, and Andrew Woodward. Applied Skills: Courtney Sarnowski. Physical Activity: Isabella Ruby, K a leb Carpenter. Second Language: Danaya Rankin.

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“They call the Cariboo home” Everyone has a story. What is yours? The Tribune is accepting submissions and suggestions for a series in our paper called “They Call the Cariboo Home.” One article (with photos) on one person or family will appear in our paper once a week for a year. Perhaps you are a long-time resident who has had led an interesting life in the lakecity and would like to share your story with the community, or maybe something out of the ordinary drew you to Williams Lake. If you think you or someone you know would make a good candidate for a profile/feature article in They Call the Cariboo Home, we would love to hear from you. Stories may be written by you or one of our reporters. Submissions and suggestions can be dropped off in person or sent to: e-mail: editor@wltribune.com fax: 250-392-7253 mail: 188 North 1st Ave. Williams Lake, B.C. V2G 1Y8


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Everyone invited to Father’s Day Pow-wow Alberta and northern and southern B.C. to participate in this alcohol- and drug-free family gathering which begins Friday evening, June 15 with the camp set up as people arrive. If there are enough people in attendance Friday evening she says there will be a grand entry at 7 p.m. Saturday there will be grand entries at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. where all of the dancers parade into the arbor in their regalia. “People will see a lot of beautiful, colourful re-

galia, dances and songs,” Gilbert says. Saturday evening starting at 5 p.m. the Williams Lake Band members host a pot-luck feast for the participants and visitors, Gilbert says. Weekend highlights include a hoop dancing contest, Princess Pageant and Little Brave event, coming-out ceremonies, giveaways, and a special dance on Sunday honouring fathers. The grand entry Sunday starts at 1 p.m. and the powwow wraps up about 5 p.m. Sunday.

“We celebrate Fathers Day on Sunday by having all the fathers gather in a circle and we have a dance and song and cake for them to show our appreciation for their support of mothers and children all year long,” Gilbert says The master of ceremonies will be John Terbasket and the whipman will be Jim Edgar. The host drum changes with each grand entry. There will also be numerous vendors set up around the arbor with First Nations crafts such

Rancher field days coming up Liz Twan Special to The Tribune Everyone likes to get something for nothing, right? The forthcoming Rancher Field Days will give people the opportunity to acquire some valuable information, at no personal cost for those who attend the outdoor seminars scheduled for the week of June 18 to 21. Four separate informative sessions will be held where ranchers will be availed of some noteworthy advice and knowledge by guestspeaker Jim Gerrish. Gerrish is widely accepted throughout North America as a leading expert in grazing management. He is known particularly for his work in extending grazing seasons, a cost-effective measure on any operation. Gerrish’s resume features 20-plus years in beef forage research (faculty/University of Missouri), two decades as a commercial cattle/ sheep producer. In addition, he is the author of two books: Management of Intensive Grazing and Kick the Hay Habit. Gerrish has visited this area several times in the past and on this visit, hosted by the Cariboo Cattlemen’s Association, he will travel the area as he speaks at a series of four, one-day field-seminars that will focus on improving (optimizing) forage production/soils. The four host ranch

operations were selected for their diverse growing seasons, soil and forage types so that ranchers can pick a site to attend that most closely mirrors conditions on their operation, making the information gleaned relevant, applicable and useful for each attendee. There likely isn’t an operation in the Cariboo that is exempt from benefit from such a session as acquiring a better method of utilizing existing forage (better management), learning a new strategy or adopting radical change may lead you toward noticeably improved returns on an average year and truly significant gains on above average grazing-years. It just may be the order of the day after hearing Gerrish’s suggestions. What could be better than on-the-spot information from one who has made optimum grazing/management his personal focus for many long years? Several specialists from Thompson Rivers University, range and beef cattle researchers Dr. Wendy Gardner, Dr. Lauch Fraser and Dr. John Church, along with TRU community developers Gillian Watt and Shirley-Pat Gale will also be at these field seminars, looking for future programming ideas (services) to add to the lineup offered at TRU — north campus. These sessions have been made possible thanks to the very generous support of the

Cariboo Cattlemen’s Association, the Ranching Task Force Fund — Investment Agriculture Foundation of Canada and TRU. Attendance is free. Please note that each session starts at noon. June 18: San Jose Cattle Company (Clint/ Karen Thompson) — four miles South of 150 Mile House, turn left at the Verified Beef and Powerflex signs. June 19: Zirnhelt Ranch (David/Susan Zirnhelt) — Beaver Valley, 5455 Jacobson Rd., two kilometres off the Likely Road. June 20: Riske Creek Ranching (Grant/Sharon Huffman) — take Highway 20 west of Williams Lake across Sheep Creek Bridge. Climb Sheep Creek hill for 2.5 to three kilometres., then turn left onto

Moon Road. Follow Moon Road to the blue house at the end of the road. June 21: Chilancoh Ranch (Hugh/Helen Bayliff) — west of Alexis Creek 32 km. Turn left at bottom of big hill onto Bayliff Road, travel three km to big red ranch house. Events are open to all producers. Please bring your own bag lunch to each field day. Participants are also invited for a potluck dinner at the conclusion of each field day. Please bring a potluck dish to contribute if you plan to stay for dinner. Replies are requested by June 15 by contacting Jenny Huffman at 250-659-5828. For more information contact David Zirnhelt at 250-243-2243 or email cattlemen@xplornet.ca.

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“They call the Cariboo home” Rosel Tremblay — an inspiration to others Greg Sabatino Tribune Staff Writer Sue Benton proudly wipes away a stream of tears from her face just following the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Big Bike ride in Williams Lake last Tuesday. Her Curves client, friend and inspiration Rosel Tremblay just completed a mountainous climb both women played an instrumental role in attaining. For Tremblay, it’s been an uphill battle. She suffered a stroke in 2009, just prior to the Big Bike ride where she’d planned to ride as a member of the Curves team. “It was about a month before we were going to do the ride,” recalled Benton, who owns the Williams Lake Curves gym. “We were notified Rosel had had a stroke. She was laid up in the hospital recuperating — she was in there for the whole summer — but in the mean time she made sure to get all her pledges to our team for the ride. “She made a goal she would be on that Big Bike the following year.” The next year, Tremblay arrived at the Big Bike ride as a member of the Curves team once again — stronger than she’d been the past year. “She worked out at Curves once she got out of the hospital and she’s worked so hard,” Benton said. “It was just seven months after her stroke, and her progress has been absolutely amazing. She went from using a walker, to a cane and now she’s strong and fit.” Her second year back at the event, once again stronger than the previous year, Tremblay was able to complete a few laps around the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex parking lot, where the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Big Bike departs from annually. This year, undaunted, Tremblay arrived again as a member of the Curves team. She calmly placed her cane on the ground next to her belongings and approached

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Williams Lake resident Rosel Tremblay is swarmed with congratulatory hugs from Curves team members after completing the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Big Bike Ride. the Big Bike confidently. With a bit of help she reached her seat — a triumphant smile beaming across her face as the bike and its passengers rode off down Proctor Street. Several minutes later, as the riders made their way back into the parking lot, a chorus of cheers erupted to greet the team. Tremblay had pedalled her way

throughout the city for the first time since setting that goal three years ago. “It was really fun,” Tremblay said. “This was my first year doing the actual energy of the pedalling and it’s good to get back in the spring of things. I’m not as tired as I used to be, either. At this time of the day I’d start getting tired and want to go have a nap.”

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Sue Benton (left) and friend Rosel Tremblay prepare to ride the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Big Bike last week.

Benton added it’s so satisfying to have watched Tremblay’s hard work pay off in the form of progress over the past few years. “Every year she’s gone a little bit further and a little bit further and this year is actually the first year she’s done the whole loop,” Benton said. “We’ve worked really hard for this day and I’m just incredibly proud she’s come such a long, long way. “She’s such an inspiration. I knew Rosel before she had her stroke — she was a member at the gym. Her mom came by the club and told us she had had a stroke and was in Kamloops, but that her first words after she became coherent were: ‘Please tell Sue I’m going to come back to Curves real soon.’ And she did, seven months later.” Benton, however, isn’t the only person to have gained inspiration from Trembly. During her first year back on the sidelines at the Big Bike ride she also caught the eye of another Williams Lake resident, Anna Dell. Coincidentally, Dell recalls, both were wearing tiaras which drew her to Tremblay, immediately. Dell, too, has been volunteering

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Job Summary The Skills Development Coordinator acts as liaison between represented communiƟes and Thompson River’s University. The Skill Development Coordinator is responsible for program development in conjuncƟon with TRU, program markeƟng, reporƟng on achievements and developing Įnancial proposals. The Skills Development Coordinator is an advocate for educaƟonal development in the community. Skills and AbiliƟes • Must have strong administraƟve, organizaƟonal and communicaƟon skills; • Ability to self-regulate, meet deadlines, have aƩenƟon to detail; • Flexibility to changing job requirements; • ProĮciency in the use of computer programs for word processing, databases, spreadsheets, email and the internet, to the intermediate level (capable of using a large number of funcƟons and feel conĮdent using the program); • Recognizes and respects all cultural diversity; • Have a strong knowledge of Aboriginal culture. QualicaƟons and Experience Bachelors Degree in Business AdministraƟon, First NaƟons Studies, EducaƟon or related Įeld. Working CondiƟons • Travel to other related organizaƟon locaƟons will be required; • Non-standard hours of work; • Receives minimal supervision with occasional direcƟon and few checks of the work performed. Pay Grade: $22.00/Hr + depending on experience For a complete job descripƟon and applicaƟon package please visit the Job PosƟngs secƟon of our website: www.northernshuswaptribalcouncil.com If you should have any quesƟons, please contact Marg Casey, Community Services Coordinator at 250-3927361 Ext. 208 ApplicaƟon Deadline: June 18, 2012 at 4:00 pm ApplicaƟons will be accepted by hand, fax 250-3926158, or post. Please provide a cover leƩer with salary expectaƟons and availability. **NOTE** ApplicaƟons received aŌer 4:00 pm on June 18, 2012 will not be considered. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Preference will be given to persons of Aboriginal ancestry as per SecƟon 16(1) of the Canadian Human Rights Act.

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Owner Operators Required Van Kam’s Group of Companies requires Owner Operators to be based at our Prince George Terminal for runs throughout BC and Alberta. Applicants must have winter and mountain, driving experience/training. We offer above average rates and an excellent employee benefits package. To join our team of Professional drivers, call Bev, 604968-5488 or email a resume, current driver’s abstract and details of truck to: careers@vankam.com or fax 604-587-9889 Van-Kam is committed to Employment Equity and Environmental Responsibility. We thank you for your interest, however only those of interest to us will be contacted.

Help Wanted An Alberta Construction Company is hiring dozer, excavator and labour/rock truck operators. Preference will be given to operators that are experienced in oilfield road and lease construction. Lodging and meals provided. The work is in the vicinity of Edson, Alberta. Alcohol & Drug testing required. Call Contour Construction at 780-723-5051. CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (FULL-TIME, TEMP) Speedy Glass has a great opportunity available for a Customer Service Rep with superior customer service skills and a valid driver’s license. APPLY NOW! In person to: 1278 South Broadway By email to: recruitment @ belroncanada.com or by fax to: (604) 415-8313 GRAPPLE YARDER ENGINEER - Experienced on 124, 120, 122 Madill & 6280 - Full time ( 10 month/yr +) - Competive rates - Dental, extended health, and pension - Camp supplied Email resumes to: goatgroup@shawcable.com or fax: 604-485-6380

4 OUT OF 5 PEOPLE WITH DIABETES DIE OF HEART DISEASE. Better your odds. Visit getserious.ca

Require caretaker for ranch. For more info. call (250)2963131

CARIBOO FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY Licensed Summer Program House of Youth (HOY)

Require retired person for light work in exchange for accommodation. (250)305-8545

Children Aged 5 – 12 years old. 8:30am– 5:00pm $23.00/per day. Limited space available. Program start date July 2, 2012. Please pick up a registration form at Cariboo Friendship Society 99 South Third Avenue, Williams Lake, BC

Drivers/Courier/ Trucking

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Established 1947 Established 1947

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OWNER OPERATORS REQUIRED

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Van Kam’s Group of Companies requires Owner Operators to be based at our Prince George Terminal for runs throughout B.C. and Alberta. Applicants must have winter and mountain, driving experience/ PRINCE GEORGE training. Van-Kam Freightways’ Group of Companies We offer above average rates and an excellent employee benefits requires Owner Operators for runs out of our package. Prince Terminal.drivers, call Bev, 604-968-5488 or To join ourGeorge team of Professional email resume, driver’s to abstract and details of truck to: Van aKam is current committed Employment Equity and W careers@vankam.com ff ll t t or fax Wi604-587-9889 t /M t i Environmental Responsibility. Van-Kam is committed to Employment Equity and Environmental Responsibility. We thank you for your interest in Van-Kam, however only those of interest to us will be contacted.

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Education and Experience: • Secondary school graduation; • Minimum of 2 years Payroll experience and/or WorkSafeBC experience; • ProďŹ cient in the use of a computerized accounting system as well as MS OfďŹ ce (Outlook, Word, Excel); • Experience with general bookkeeping, ďŹ ling systems, and general ofďŹ ce administration practices. Ability to: • keep privileged information conďŹ dential; • exercise judgement, discretion, and professionalism; • foster effective working relationships; • organize and manage workload taking into consideration changing priorities, tight deadlines, • adapt to constantly changing environment Please e-mail your resume to paula@pioneerloghomesofbc.com or drop off in person at the Pioneer Complex located at 351 Hodgson Road. We thank everyone for applying; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Sxoxomic Community School is a year round bandrun school for the Esk’etemc. We are situated in Alkali Lake, 54km from Williams Lake. We are a certiďŹ ed FNSA school and part of the Professional Learning Community. Typical Duties and Responsibilities • Plans and delivers K4/5 classes as per BC Provincial IRPs • Partake in school-wide Professional development (PLC) • Be part of a school-wide collaborating teaching team • Partake in extracurricular and cultural community events QualiďŹ cations required • Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education from a recognized post-secondary institution • Possession of a valid BC teaching certiďŹ cate • Prior knowledge of the Esk’etemc people and territory, along with experience working in a First Nation Community (particularly Shuswap) is preferred • Experience in Reading Mastery and DIBELS is preferred • Fluent in Secwepemctsin and having a musical background are assets • Class 4 BC driver’s license is an asset • Must be able to provide a valid criminal records check Salary and BeneďŹ ts • As per SD# 27 pay grid • Esk’etemc beneďŹ t package • Pension plan Send resume and cover letter with 3 references: Peter Bowman Principal, Sxoxomic Community School Esk’etemc Phone 250-440-5681 Fax 250-440-5706 Email pbowman@esketemc.ca Closing Date: June 22, 2012

Medical Transportation Receptionist Term Position Maternity Leave

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Three Corners Health Services Society is accepting applications for a term full time position for a Medical Transportation Receptionist. This position requires the successful candidate to work closely with the Receptionist and to administer the Medical Transportation Program to status First Nations in the Williams Lake area. QualiďŹ cations and Skills: • Minimum of two years experience working with First Nations people and an understanding of Health Canada-Non Insured Health BeneďŹ ts an asset; • Experience working in a Receptionist position required; • CertiďŹ cation in Microsoft OfďŹ ce Programs including Excel; • Excellent written and oral skills; • Excellent organizational and problem solving skills; • Valid Driver’s License and reliable vehicle. Salary: • $14.84 per hour This term position will commence on or before July 20, 2012. Please submit Resume with Cover Letter and names of Previous Supervisors for reference to: Jennie Walker, Health Director Three Corners Health Services Society 150 North First Avenue Williams Lake, BC V2G 1Y8 Fax: 250-398-9824 Closing Date: June 29, 2012

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RECYCLING

Fox Mtn. Ranch 1400-1500lb. round bales, excellent horse hay, 5’x5’6�. $80. per bale. (250)305-9931.

DEBT CONSOLIDATION PROGRAM

ROUTES AVAILABLE: Door to door delivery before 8:00 am Tuesday & Thursday *3000-3037 Edwards Dr. 1000-2000 Mackenzie Ave. N. 1000-3006 Maple St. 1100-2020 Second Ave. N. 2003-3004 Third Ave. N* *900-1135 Boundary St. 1010-1280 Moon Ave.* *225-599 Barnard St. 0-End Seventh Ave. S. 0-100 Sixth Ave. S. 33-597 Yorston St.*

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6´, 8´, 10´, 20´ & 40´ sizes available. Safe. Portable. Affordable. Rent or buy. Call Jason 250-296-9092.

*101-199 Brahma Cres. 0-399 Jersey Pl. 200-299 Longhorn Dr.* *1200-1200 Eleventh Ave N 1225-1585 Eleventh Ave N* *974-1048 Mckinnon Rd 479-802 Tenth Ave N* *900-900 Broughton Pl 200-545 Dodwell St. 301-791 Smith St.* *1005-1096 Dairy Rd. 1000-1011 Huckvale Pl. 935-995 Larch St. 1008-1038 Norquay Cres. 1046-1078 Oak Pl. 2004-3015 Pine St. 1109-1190 Third Ave.* *200-391 Litzenburgh Cres.* Please call Kym at (250) 392-2331

WEEKENDER ROUTES AVAILABLE *200-220 Cornwall Cres. 630-650 Second Ave 800-980 Second Ave* Please call Kym at (250)392-2331

Home Care/Support NURSES, Care Aides, Home Cleaners - Bayshore Home Health is hiring casual, on-call RNs, LPNs, certified care aides and experienced home cleaners. If you are: empathetic; personable; possess an outstanding work ethic; positive attitude; a passion for superior client service, and a reliable vehicle, forward your resume to shgeekie@bayshore.ca.

Medical/Dental MARIPOSA GARDENS (in Osoyoos BC) seeking RCAs. ($17.34/hr) email: becky.marlatt @balticproperties.ca

Trades, Technical MOTOR Coach Driver Needed in Quesnel, BC! Rocky Mountaineer is looking for a seasonal, part-time Motor Coach Driver to start ASAP. This role is responsible for ensuring guest service excellence while safely transporting guests to and from the station and partner hotels. Class 1 license and clean driver’s abstract required. Submit resumes to careers@rockymountaineer.com or apply online at www.rockymountaineer.com

Help Wanted

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Lake Babine Nation JOB POSTING

YOUTH COUNSELLOR The Youth Counsellor will be working with children and young adults. Youth Counsellor will report to the Health Director will undertake the planning, development and implementation of support services. JOB DUTIES are as follows, but not limited to: • Support individual and group counselling sessions. • Provide intervention and prevention services. • Promote healthy lifestyles and relationships for youths. • Assist in the coordination of community development and educational services. • Document daily activities, and submit detailed reports on a regular basis. REQUIREMENTS:

13 year old gelding, well broken, $900. (250)296-3635

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Please submit resume to: Nagwuntl’oo School Ulkatcho First Nation Anahim Lake, BC Telephone: 250-742-3306 Fax: 250-742-2097 Email: lavinaruiz_one@hotmail.com Closing Date: June 20, 2012

Brad Huston • Small Appliance Recycling Depot • E-Waste Electronic Recycling Center 250-982-2611 Daily service to Quesnel Wednesday & Friday to Bella Coola In-Town Deliveries

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Fax 250-392-5440 • www.beelinecourier.ca

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CARIBOO AUTO RECYCLERS since 1954

We love Used Parts

ULKATCHO FIRST NATION Employment Opportunity Grade K/1 Teacher (1 position) Grade 2/3/4 Teacher (1 position)

Candidates must possess the following: • Member of the Ministry of Education Teacher Regulation Branch • Bachelor of Education Degree • Creativity, enthusiasm and love for teaching • Experience working in a First Nation’s community • Experience working with First Nations children • Excellent Communication and team-building skills • Ability to teach multi-grade classrooms, special needs, extra-curricular activities • Experience with Direct Instruction curriculum preferred

Irrigating BC and the Yukon since 1974

Dwight Satchell Box 4105, Williams Lake, BC V2G 2V2

Beatrice MacDonald, Human Resources P.O. Box 879, Burns Lake, B.C., V0J 1E0 Fax: 250-692-4790 Email: beatrice.macdonald@lakebabine.com

Work Wanted

Williams Lake 250.392.2321 1.800.665.5909 www.thewaterpeople.com

Industrial Audiometric Technician Industrial / Commercial / Logging / Construction

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Power Sports Mechanic req immed. at one of Canada’s largest Polaris dealers. F/T position, prefer person with industry experience but will consider training the right individual. Wage negotiable depending on experience. Send resume to: hseibert@ spectrapowersports.com

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Highlands Irrigation Ltd.

DEADLINE: FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2012

Nagwuntl’oo Elementary School (4 hours west of Williams Lake BC) is offering a placement for a K & Grade 1 Teacher and a Grade 2/3/4 Teacher in the 2012-2013 school year.

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NAGWUNTL’OO SCHOOL ULKATCHO FIRST NATION ANAHIM LAKE, BC

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• Grade 12 Dogwood Diploma & recognized Post Secondary Counselling Training • Criminal Record Check • Possess a valid class ďŹ ve (5) Driver’s License and reliable vehicle

Nagwuntl’oo School provides an exciting educational environment. We utilize research base curricula, including direct instruction. Nagwuntl’oo School is a member of the First Nations School Association and has completed the school assessment for 2012. Nagwuntl’oo School has implemented a five year school growth plan. We offer a Special Education Program and Carrier Language Program. Teacher Salaries are on par with the local Provincial grid.

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Depot for batteries, rads, copper, aluminum, catalytic converters, alts. and starts. Will p/u, will buy! Phone 250-398-0672

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FOR ALL YOUR AUTO REPAIRS Serving the Cariboo since 1981

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Subscriber #51054 M.J. Matthews you are the lucky winner of a Panago Pizza. Please contact the Tribune office by Wed. June 20/12 to collect your gift certificate.

820 Pigeon Ave, 3 bdrm up & 1 down, finished bsmt, 1220 sqft, level lot, 2 sheds, garage, underground sprinklers, alarm system, close to Columneetza & TRU,and city bus. Reduced Price. $230,000. (250)392-7201 to view.

GREAT STARTER OR INVESTMENT!

Pets & Livestock

Merchandise for Sale

Livestock

1997 SUNDOWNER

Drop down windows, large front tack room with king size bed, 3 tier swing-out saddle rack, galvanized skin, new tires, rubber matting, 6’ wide x 7’ high, two removable dividers, lights inside and out. Excellent condition. REDUCED TO

$5,000. o.b.o.

LAST CHANCE!

Phone (250)392-3436

Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, June 16th @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC.

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1 CP 828-3/8” air ratchet like new. $40. (778)412-4220

Misc. Wanted COIN Collector looking to buy Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins. Bulk Silver coins, bills etc. Call Chad 250-863-3082 (Local) WANTED: Old lever action Winchester & Marlin rifles and carbines. Call (250)791-6369

Real Estate Acreage for Sale MILLION DOLLAR VIEW 10 acre lake view lot ,10 minutes to downtown Williams Lake Power @ property line. $120,000. Vendor financing possible on approval. (250)558-9516

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1 heavy duty downrigger with weight. $100. (778)412-4220

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Two elaborate doll houses (one a mansion) marvelously & eccentrically furnished (one does need a kitchen renovation). Prices neg. By appoint. only (250)392-7966

Panoramic 58 Acres along West Fraser Road. 35 acres in hay. $135,000. 780-394-7088.

Merchandise for Sale

$200 & Under

For Sale By Owner

Appliances Reconditioned washer/dryer, stoves etc. 6 month guarantee. Will deliver in town. More info call Robert. 250-305-6344 days or 250-392-7064 eves.

Auctions

Auction Sat., June 16 10:00 AM Vehicles, Tools, & General Merchandise 2004 Travel Trailer, ‘01 EZ Loader Utility Trailer, Honda 750 Shadow, ‘04 FStar, ‘03 Windstar, 1950 Desoto “Restored”, 1965 Chev Short Box, 1972 Dart US Car, 1964 Galaxy US Car, F-350 4x4, Chev Tahoe 4x4, Cars, Vans, RideOn-Mowers, 13.5hp Walk Behind Mower, 9 DRI-EAZ Turbo Dryers, Table Saws, Welders, 9’ Pontoon Boat, Diesel Water Pump, Port-A-Powers, Air Compressors, Exercise Equipment, Wagon Wheels, Ext. Cords, Ladders, Pneumatic Tools, Garden Tools, Antique Saws, Tools, Horse Tack, Furniture, Decorative Items, Electric Fans, Wood Heater, New Truck Parts, Antique Scales, Jacks, Cinches, Generator, And Much More

Hub-City Auctions Ltd. www.hubcityauctions.com

1122 South Lakeside Drive Williams Lake

250-398-8845

Brand new bug deflector fits 2006 Civic Honda. $25. (250)297-6386 (McLeese)

14’ Fiberglass canoe. $200. (250)303-3500

$300 & Under Wedding gown, off shoulder, white, size 6. $300. (250)3033500

$400 & Under Solid oak mates bed, bookcase headboard, excellent cond. $400. (250)989-2228

Misc. for Sale

Drive a little Save a lot Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, June 16th @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC. 36” 7x36 Savana wood stove, 1 thru roof support, 1 roof decorative ring, i inside 7”x6” black pipe, 7in. fitting. $700. o.b.o. (250)305-2491 Landscaping or building stone. 400 used red bricks for interior/exterior decor. .50¢ each. Decorative rock for walkway or wall. Green & glittery. About one ton. $175. Large, sq. concrete chimney blocks. $2. each. (250)297-6569 LATE 50’S Massey-Ferguson F35D Diesel Tractor, new rear tires, battery, rear snow blade & other attachments. $4800. (250)305-7441 Lead fishing weights, downrigger balls, fish shape, cannon balls, pyramid weights. (250)296-4350 Old stereo equip. Alpha Nikko power amp 450, pre-amp Beta 30, Akai reel to reel with tapes, Kenwood KD 500 turntable, cassette decks tuner. (778)412-4220 One only 500 gallon H.P. Propane tank in excellent shape no rust $1000obo (250) 3722250 Kamloops

1140 Tower Crescent Country living on 2.37 acres with miles of rec trails outside your back door. Secluded 3,580 sqft 5 beds, 3 bath executive home with many new updates. Open concept galley kitchen, dining and sitting room. Private patios, backyard and garden area. Parking for RV, boat, ext. For more info and pics go to www.craigslist.com $399,000. For appointment to view (250)305-2266

A Must See! Beautiful Sunridge Gardens 3bdr., 3 bath, totally finished townhouse with large rec room. New high quality; flooring, lights/fixtures and paint throughout! Built-in; surround sound system, vacuum, water softener, and book cases. No expense spared!! Too much to list! $209,000. 1 (250)392-9429

Bella Coola Two Acres Trailer w/large addition, updated, 2 bathrooms, 4bdrms, w/d, f/s, w/c, large front porch, storage, flood safe zone, close to downtown. Must be seen to be appreciated. $90,000. Phone (250)392-1488

GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD 105 GIBBON ROAD 4bdr., 2 bath, laundry, office, large master bdr., large kitchen includes 6 app. Large rec room. Carport, RV parking. 1/2 acre fenced view lot, adj. Crown Land. $257,000. (250)392-7620 (message) or (250) 398-0772 cell.

Garage Sales

4 bedroom, 2 bath mobile with additions in town. On its own lot. Drive by 935 Larch Street and have a look. You won’t be disappointed. $79,000. ($9,000 below Gov’t appraisal. Phone (250) 296-3679

HORSEFLY 1.8 ACRES 5911 BLACK CREEK ROAD 5 bedroom, 2 bath home on 1.8 acre. 24 x 30 fully insulated shop, garage, fenced yard, playhouse, greenhouse, beautifully landscaped. $198,500. Firm Contact (250)620-3641

Older approx 2400 sqft home on approx. 1.74 acre lot in town. Central location. Great lake views. 4bdrm, 2 bath, 2 family rooms. $276,000. inquiries (250)392-1067 Open House Saturday June 16th 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. 3231 Likely Road (under 30min. to Williams Lake) Updated 4bdr. home (built 1995) on 5 flat x-fenced acres. Enjoy a lake and Crown land just steps away. $237,000. Phone (250) 296-3348

Garage Sales

201 Foster Way (Westridge Subdivision) 4 1/2 yr. old, 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with open floor plan on a view lot. Wide paving stone driveway with RV parking. Nicely landscaped yard with underground irrigation system. Reduced To $336,000. (www.kijiji.ca search ID 381234050 for more info and photos) (250)392-3964 to view.

4 Bedroom Log home on level 4 acres. Minutes from town. Out buildings. A Must See!! $390,000. Call Eva or Al (250)392-2498

766 - 9th Avenue Beautiful & completely renovated home on 2 levels. Arts & crafts style with custom woodwork & doors throughout. Gorgeous new deck down to patio into large fenced private level back yard. Woodstove in mudroom. Attached workshop/garage. Close to all schools & TRU. To view www.bcforsalebyowner.com MUST BE SEEN! $285,000. Phone: (250)267-7082

Downsizing Garage Sale Sat. June 16th 10am-3pm 3075 Ferguson Rd (150 Mile House) Elvis items, artwork, household & yard goods & lots more.

Mutil-Family Garage Sale Saturday June 16th and Sunday, June 17th 9 am - 2 pm #25 - 803 Hodgson Road Camping supplies, horse tack, furniture,(computer desk etc.) kids items and much, much, more!!

Moving Garage Sale Saturday June 16th 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. 32 Settler Place (150 Mile House) Something For Everyone!!

Yard Sale 1540 Herbert Rd up behind Chilcotin Guns Saturday, June 16th 8am - 3pm Aluminum boat, furniture, canning jars, clothes, household & lots more.

Multi Family Yard Sale 329 Westridge Dr. Sat June 16 - 8am-2pm Sun June 17th - 10am-2pm A/C, Lots of materials, DVD & VHS tapes,small appliances & lots more.

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2 bdrm. duplex with F/S included. Please call (250)3927617. 3-bdrm. house in city, Lakeview, lg deck & yard,n/p, n/s, f/s, r/r. $900/mo. Avail July 1st (250)392-3469 3bdr. upper floor, deck, covered parking, shared w/d, close to Columeetza, incl. heat/hydro. $1200. (250)3921124 McLeese Lake house, 3bdr., f/s, w/d, wood heat, jacuzzi tub, on acreage, 14km to Gibraltar mine ref/req. $900/mo. avail. immed. (250)297-6569

Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

For Sale By Owner

Lakeshore LAKEFRONT FOR SALE

Open House Sat. June 16 & Sunday June 17th 1-4pm 732 Fourth Ave. North Freshly renovated 5bdrm, 2.5 bath with full inlaw suite downstairs. Beautiful yard, fully landscaped, complete with dog proof fencing and outdoor shop (insulated & wired), RV sized parking in separate space behind the house. Quiet neighborhood with only 5-10 min walk to 3 schools, TRU & to groceries. kijiji house I.D. #385292578 (250)267-3997

OPEN HOUSE Saturday, June 16th & Sunday, June 17th 1pm - 3pm 759 Winger Road 1900 sq. ft. 4bdr., 3 bath, + full bsmt., 2.7 ac. backing onto crown land, 5min. to town. Complete new kitchen. New laundry area. Dbl. garage, large covered deck, plenty of water, garden & fruit trees. $399,000. Phone (250)398-6266

ORIGINAL OWNER 960 PIGEON AVENUE 1565 sq.ft. 3bdr. up, 2 bath, large family room off kitchen, spacious livingroom. 1288 sq.ft. down 2bdr. suite, 16’x24’ rec room. All new: Lennox gas furnace 98% eff. h/water tank, garage door with remote opener and much more! $249,900. (250)392-3761

Private acreages within minutes of downtown Williams Lake. 5 bdrm/ 3 bathroom, barn with paddock and separately fenced; 79 acres fenced & cross fenced with a shallow lake. 300m driveway, very private/quiet. Lots of options with this beautiful treed property.

Asking $539,000.

Viewing by appointment only

Call (250)302-1260

Waterfront on beautiful Puntzi Lake 10.04 acres 2 bedroom mobile with large addition. 5 appliances. Guest cottage, insulated shop, storage. $289,000. (250)481-1187

0.86 acre south facing lot with cleared lakefront area to build your cabin, on Emerald Island on Lac La Hache. The island has a perimeter hiking trail and two pebble stone beaches to enjoy. It’s a 5 minute boat ride from the public boat launch, and is within cell-phone range. Comes with an 8x20 barge complete with side-rails and a transom. $77,000. with optional unbuilt 708 sq. ft. premanufactured Norpine cabin with loft (unbuilt & tarped) for an extra $17,500. (worth $35,000. new) serious enquiries only please. robj10@hotmail.com Phone (250) 305-4703. Silver Horn Lodge in Big Lake Ranch Cariboo Development. (1) Lakefront home/vacation home for rent or sale, 2,000 sq.ft. 4bdr., 2 bath, sundeck, workshop, carport, European style, could come fully furnished as a vacation home or Miner share, also suitable as hobby farm with barns & fenced areas. (2) Waterfront bldg. lot for sale, 7.2 acres, road access, BC Hydro & phone service at lot line, soil & perk test for sewage with backup done. (3) Lakefront Log home/ Lodge for sale, currently operating as B & B. Live in an outstanding building & area, 5.69 acres, commercial & rural zoned. Too much to list, a must see, don’t miss the opportunity. Make your offer or buy the whole package as investment. Contact Bernd. Phone 1 (250) 243-2032 Serious Enquiries Only Imagine coughing up this much phlegm every day, just to breathe. That’s life with cystic fibrosis.

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Mobile Homes & Parks

12x60 Mobile Home Renovated: New siding, new windows, new furnace, new plumbing throughout, kitchen updated, new bathroom. Very nice setting, nice view, very private. $41,500. obo Cash Only. Call Wayne (250)392-3589 (250)267-3543 cell

1990 14x70 Mobile 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Open floor plan Central air, large deck, 7 appliances. Fran Lee Trailer Park Asking $65,000. Call (250)398-6674 or (250)267-2873

Sunday, June 17th 1-5pm 927 Midnight Dr. Over 4000 sqft home near TRU, 2 rental suites, lots of updates & renovations.

$385,000 (250)392-3383

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent

Boitanio Villa 275 Clearview Crescent Clean, quiet place to live. 1 & 2 bedroom units available.

To view call 392-2997

Suites, Lower 1bdr. ground level suite, single person only, n/p, n/s inside, incl. w/d, cable, & util. $675/mo. Avail. July 1st (250)267-8411 1bdrm daylight suite, avail July 1st, close to TRU, util, satellite, w/d incl. $700/mo. r/r d/d n/p n/s (250)305-5087 2bdr. bsmt. suite large rooms, shared w/d, close to Columeetza, incl. heat/hydro. $800/mo. (250)392-1124 2 bdrm, f/s, w/d, fp, patio. 150 Mile area. $800 +1/2 utilities. Satellite incl. DD, N/S, RR. 250-296-9156

1999 Geo Metro 1 Litre engine 5 speed, 40,000kms on rebuilt engine and clutch. One owner, clean little car, needs nothing, stereo, new front brakes. $2,350. o.b.o. (250)303-0941

THIS IS MORE LIKE IT! 1 - 2 bdrm apt F/S Dishwasher and A/C in most units. Quiet Good references only. Ask about our incentives. Call Frank 250-305-1155 pics at 1 & 2bdr. apartments located downtown next to everything low income suites avail. & incentive to quiet long term tenants. (250)305-4972 1bdr & 2 bdr apt. at Eagle Nest, quiet, secure bldg., downtown location. $375/mo. for 1 bdr + hydro,$570/mo for 2 bdr + hydro, ref/req., n/p, d/d. (250)398-6831 1bdr. fully furnished suite, very nice, in quiet secure bldg. (250)302-9934 2bdr. apartments close to all levels of schools, laundry facilities and long term incentives. (250)302-9108 2bdrm $755/mnth incl util. Avail. April 1st. 1170 Latin Ave. Please call Pace Realty, 455 Quebec St, PG, BC 1(250)562-6671 Bright & spacious 1 bdrm apt. in clean & quiet bldg, intercom, 2 blocks to hospital, on bus route, no pets please. (250)392-4982 Quiet one bedroom apt., downtown, n/s, n/p, ref/req. (250)398-7899

Commercial/ Industrial Commercial Spaces for lease at 150 Mile Center Mall, 530 sq. ft and 730 sq. ft. Call Dianne at (250)296-4515 for more info.

Cottages / Cabins WILLIAMS LAKE- 1 bdrm cottage in Commodore Heights, F/S, W/D. NP/NS. Avail Now. $625. Call 250-989-4711. ejbjb@shaw.ca

Duplex / 4 Plex Beautiful spacious 2bd suite in 4-Plex, (604)767-1600 www.LivingSpace4Rent.com Quiet 3 bdrm unit. $900/mo. n/s, n/p, r/r, laundry & util. incl. Avail. July 1st. (250)398-5883

Townhouses 3bdr. townhouse located near university, excellent family unit. (250) 302-9934. Adult oriented town house, quiet neighborhood, 1008 Hubble Rd. 2bdr. full bsmt., n/p, r/r, avail. July 1, Seeking compatible tenants. (250) 3964096

Transportation

1999 Silver Honda Civic Hatchback Reliable, economical and in very good condition. Standard.

$6500. obo (250)392-5900 or (250)267-6123 cell

$2600. (250)267-3997

2002 Pontiac Sunfire. Dark blue 4-door. New winter tires and brand new front brakes and discs. Great condition. 169,000km. $3,400. (250)9250210.

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Cars - Sports & Imports

Suites, Upper New spacious 1 bdrm. suite, nice lake view, radiation floor heat with own control, laundry hook ups n/s n/p, r/r. $800/mo. inc. util. (250)398-6111 Small 2bdr. suite at 150 Mile $725/mo. includes heat & hydro, n/p, r/r. avail. immed. (250)296-3131

1988 Ford Elite

351 V8, sleeps six, excellent condition, six new tires, 2 new batteries last season. Will to trade for approx 22’ Travel Trailer with queen bed, have cash for difference.

1993 Prowler 5th Wheel 23 1/2 ft., net wt. 5456lbs. 1/2 ton, towable, back kitchen. New batteries, two 30lb. propane tanks, ducted furnace & ducted air cond., sleeps 6, shower & outside shower. Good condition. $6,000. o.b.o. (250)305-7709

2001 Honda Accord Red, 4spd. auto, A/C, power locks, windows, & mirrors. Grey cloth interior, c/w with winter tires on rims, four cylinder engine. New brakes, muffler, and spark plugs.

$3,500. (250)267-3574

Off Road Vehicles 1993 Mazda MX6

2.5L, standard, 150,000kms, Runs great, full body kit, HID headlights, New clutch, Bucket racing seats, Metallic blue.

$4000. Phone (250)267-2020

2007 Honda Civic Sedan EX. New condition, 17,000 kms! Includes winter tires and wheels. $12,000 OBO. 250-392-3174

1998 Vanguard Camper 9.5 Foot Excellent Condition. $9250.00 (250)305-5358

2009 550 YAMAHA GRIZZLY Only 69 hours & 813 kms. Extras inc. - 27 inch oversize tires, winch, passenger seat/storage. MINT! $8,200. Phone (250)392-2556

Auto Accessories/Parts Holley 670 CFM Street Avenger 4BBL Carburetor. Fits chevy small block & comes with 2” Aluminum carb spacer. Asking $300. (250)267-3912

Cars - Domestic

Cars - Domestic

Cars - Domestic

Cars - Domestic

Drive a little Save a lot Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, June 16th @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC. 1988 Chevy Sprint 5spd., looks decent, runs great, reliable, 55mpg, driven daily. $1,250. (250)296-3272 1992 Chrysler LeBaron low kms. Very nice cond. $800. (250)303-3500

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Misc for Rent Wow! Great Value 390 4th Avenue North Single level 3 bedroom, updated bathroom. Underground sprinklers, flat lot, spacious kitchen, enclosed garage, laundry room, crawl space, very clean. $159,000. Kijiji ad 381566870 Phone (250)392-0490

Buy For Less Than Used 2012 SRI 14x70 Brand new 3 bedroom/bath Fridge, stove, dishwasher. Situated in Fran Lee Mobile Home Park. Factory warranty. $78,0000. (250)392-3879

Management Company with a variety of apartments available immediately, ref/req. but will supply excellent rental units. (250) 305-4970.

Modular Homes JUNE SPECIAL Brand New 16’ Wide Modular Homes. From $69,000.00 mark@eaglehomes.ca

1998 Honda Civic EX 224k, runs well, normal wear and tear for age, one owner, two sets of mounted tires, one set of mags. $2,995. o.b.o. (250)392-4658

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Transportation

Transportation

Transportation

Recreational/Sale

Recreational/Sale

Trucks & Vans

Trucks & Vans

31’, central air, 2 slide outs, 2 TV/VCR/Stereo, includes 2 easy chairs, hide-a-bed & 5th wheel hitch, many extras, excellent condition

$19,000. (250)392-7679 home (250)267-1948 cell

Wildwood 2007

27’ ft. Travel Trailer. Sleeps 8, bunk beds, Seven year warranty on all appliances, 12 year warranty on roof, fully transferable.

Asking $19,500.00 (250)392-4325

Small Ads work! Sport Utility Vehicle 2001 10’ Frontier Camper large fridge, stove with oven, North South Queen bed, furnace, bathroom, excellent condition. $9,000.o.b.o. Phone (250) 392-3379.

1987 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER

FJ70 diesel, this rare unit has been stored under cover and received regular maintenance. It is sound and in excellent condition. Very little offroad use. 399,000kms.

$14,000. (250)392-5660

2004 Montana 5th Wheel 32 feet, 3 slides, satellite dish, Polar package, Very clean. $27,000. (250)296-9109

1986 Ford F250

2000 Dodge Dakota 4x4, Babied, V8, and not used as a 4x4, Red, automatic, A/C, canopy, stereo, 2 sets of tires & rims. Excellent condition. 197,300 kms. (250)267-3997

1996 Dodge Caravan In excellent shape, runs well. Owner moved, needs to sell.

A Must See! 2007 Palomino Yearling Tent Trailer Like new, sleeps 6, fridge/stove, furnace, sink, outside shower hook-up. $7,000. o.b.o. Ph. (250)392-1931

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Trucks & Vans

1996 FORD AEROSTAR awd 4.0L fully loaded 166km $2,200. O.B.O. Ph.(250)305-2330 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4, reg. cab, 182,000km, as-iswhere-is, needs cylinder head repair. $3,700. o.b.o. Call (250)305-7620

1970 Chevy Pick Up Nice shape, good running order. (250)392-5757 1998 GMC 4X4 long box/single cab p/u truck 3/4 ton with 1 ton axle. Excellent truck 190,000 kms. Wired for stock trailer only hauled light. $3800 firm. 250-392-3706 pls. lv. message.

Boats

2001 Crestliner

Chris Craft Bow Rider

1995 26.55 Bayliner-Cierra. 5.7 Mercury inboard/outboard. Comes with 9.9 Mariner and steering arm. GPS/depth sounder, elec. down rigger, dual battery system, anchor and much more. Shorelander galvanized tandem trailer. $29,000 OBO. 250-2676001

2004 Chev Silverado 6.0 L engine, 4x4, extended cab, 200,000kms. Very good condition. $10,000. Call (250)305-0601

16.5 ft. alum. boat 45 Honda 4 stroke, sounder, bilge pump, anchor, paddles, electric 30 lb trolling motor with new battery, very comfortable seating, EZ load trailer, all in excellent condition. $8,000. Call Gerry (250)392-7884

1992 22ft., 350 Windsor motor. In great condition, very well maintained, brand new stereo system. $11,000. Phone (250)296-4788

22ft. Fiber Form Has 190 hp 302, runs good, bottom checked, sink, washroom, 2 burner propane stove, dual controls & flying bridge. Galvanized Easy Loader tandem trailer. $8,000. o.b.o. Phone (250)398-6650

2004 Mazda LX MPV Automatic, Sage colour, Seats 7, Loaded, Roof racks, 6 cd changer, summer & winter tires on rims. $4800. (250)398-5986

open to offers

Phone evenings (250)398-3398

3.0i , fully loaded with only 60,000kms. Immaculate condition. A Must See! $26,000. (250) 392-5764.

Boats

2003 F150 XL 4x4, 4.6L v-8, red, 115K kms, 5spd. manual transmission, new BF Goodrich A/T tires, custom stereo system. Price Reduced! $8,500. o.b.o. Call (250)267-4963

Asking $2700

2004 WESTWIND 19’ Lite WT185 Axles ipped, Rubber roof, bunk over double bed. Like new. $9,900. OBO (250)392-4148

Boats

2 wheel drive pick-up & camper. Both in good condition. Truck $850. Camper $500. Sold together

$1,250. Ph. (250)303-3500

2003 Chev Trail Blazer Loaded, 4x4, light green ext./beige int., automatic, exc. condition 113,000kms, alarm system. Asking $10,000. o.b.o. Phone (250)398-9396 Ask for Sheila.

Transportation

2005 Dodge Caravan Reduced! Silver, excellent condition, summer tires, brand new winter tires, 128,000 kms, auto, 7 passenger, A/C, power locks, power locks, and power mirrors. $6,500 OBO (250)392-3969

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‘85 Chevy Silverado 3/4 ton, 6.2 diesel, auto, 2 w/d, hitch, wired for trailer and camper, front chrome guard, needs battery and minor work. $1200.00 Phone (250)392-6192 evenings

Boats 14’ Springbok aluminum boat, Ezee Loader trailer and 10hp Honda outboard with 15 hrs. running time. Stored inside and shows as new. $3,000. (250)492-6125 Photos - email: james.cook@hotmail.com

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1991 17.5 ft Campion with 2003 115 hp Merc comes with a five blade stainless prop $7500. Ph 250-392-5632 evenings or cell 398-0126

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2012

WL Youth Soccer Jamboree www.wlysa.com

President’s Message

U4 McDonald’s Chocolate Ryan Grady (Coach), Jack Sim (Assistant Coach), Caleb Engle, Olen Grady, Mackale Miller, Blayz Brigham, Ryhs Marchand. Missing: Jonathon Sim, Nathan Johnson.

U4 McDonald’s Charcoal Stephanie Huska (Coach), Jen Clark (Assistant Coach), Grady Harrison, Oihanes Moliner, Owen Kinley, Jayden Fradsham, Tyler Beaulne, Keane Philbrick.

2012 has once again been a very successful season for the hundreds of youth from our community participating in the Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association. A job well done to each and every one of you and a special thank you to all the parents, family, and friends who have made sure the kids make it to their practices and games. They say it takes a village to raise a child, and that certainly is the case for many in our soccer community. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our many volunteers who put in countless hours to provide our youth with a fun, organized, rewarding soccer experience; we recognize that without their support, WLYSA could not function as well as it does. Have a great summer everyone and we’ll hopefully see you for Futsal (Indoor Soccer) in the Fall! Paula Freeman President, WLYSA

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Rachel Davis (Coach), Justin Thiessen (Assistant Coach), Noah Davis-Shearer, Andrew Davis-Shearer, Luke Robertson, Ryhs Vath, Tobias Baumann. Missing: Andrew Thiessen.

Leslea Destree (Coach), Amandah Cullum (Assistant Coach), Payton Destree, Ashtynn Cullum, Ashley Neels, Alora Smith, Sophia Irwin, Rylee Welsh.

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2012

WL Youth Soccer Jamboree

U4 McDonald’s Daisy Yellow Brad Thiessen (Coach), Gerald Overton (Assistant Coach), Ella Thiessen, Reese Overton, Sienna Berns, Poppy Watson, Zuri Hendrickson.

U4 McDonald’s Red Ashley Stewart (Coach), Nicky (Assistant Coach), Austin Johnston, Tyrel Johnston, Andrew Lindsay, Travis Real, Kai Higgins, Tyson Michel.

U5F McDonald’s Green Katie Dyck (Coach), Katrina Getz (Assistant Coach), Jaime Dyck, Evie MacDougall, Lena Sheppard, Rowan Smith, Bella Shoults, Mikoh Rose, Hope Johnny.

U4 McDonald’s Royal Blue Parnell Pinette (Coach), Christina Lambe (Assistant Coach), Linden Pinette, Blake Lambe, Asher Lucas, Tyler Phillips, Julien Therrien, Trey Alphonse.

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U4 McDonald’s Tangerine Jessie & Ryan Folz (Coaches), Ellie Folz, Rylee Dieck, Amelia Dell, Alexandria Blomgren, Paige Hay.

U5F McDonald’s Lime Green

U5F McDonald’s Pink

Kurtis Isfeld (Coach), Carolyn Walsh (Assistant Coach), Rowan Isfeld, Julia Walsh, Tessa Ofstie, Montana Waters, Elise Seinen, Falin Durrant. Missing: Paige Cheek.

Dani Wood (Coach), Leah Durand (Assistant Coach), Jada Wood, Halle Durand, Emma Koster, Isabelle McMath, Anoop Binning, Darby-Lynne Ferguson. Missing: Maria Baptiste.

U5F McDonald’s Purple

U5F McDonald’s Red

Rick Heal (Coach), Martin Kruus (Assistant Coach), Madeleine Heal, Ella Kruus, Madyson Couture, Kianna Allgrove, Kaitlyn Brown, Maleah Fraser.

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U5M McDonald’s Light Blue Kelsey Getz (Coach), Niki Leah (Assistant Coach), Blake Elzinga, Preston Robbins-Myers, Ethan Hill, Kyle Johnson, Bly Martin. Missing: Adam Elzinga.

U5M McDonald’s Red Aubrey Jackson (Coach), Jen Bowman (Assistant Coach), Jude Jackson, Eric Bowman, Brayden Michael Folland, Tyler Kitsul, Andrew Langford. Missing: Gavin Brown.

U6F Frontline Helicopters Sapphire Blue Carol Archie (Coach), Kristi Hamar (Assistant Coach), Braedi Hamar, Erin Getson, Jaedys Aubichon-Archie, Katie Croswell, Mikayla Bremner, Payton Ransome.

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U5M McDonald’s Navy Blue Karen Haseldine (Coach), Eric Haseldine, Kody Camille, Ashton Foote, Meikel Hagedorn, Mattias Hagedorn. Missing: Adam Wijma,

U5M McDonald’s Yellow Kirby Fofonoff (Coach), Robin Fofonoff (Assistant Coach), Ben Fofonoff, Hudson Lucas, Noah Liam Mayard, Noah Porter, Jesse Ofstie. Missing: Dean Setah.

U6F Investors Group Daisy Yellow Tracey Lee (Coach), Jozie Maas (Assistant Coach), Chloe Hill, Chloe Skolanuik, Hannah Maas, Ila Watson, Parker Barbie Bruce, Sienna McCarvill, Grace Elgert.

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U5M McDonald’s Dark Green Dena Gysel (Coach), Sarah Gash (Assistant Coach), Charlie Gash, Nicholaas Gysel, Austin Ludwig, Robert Palmantier, Simon Llewellyn, Seth Cahoose.

U5M McDonald’s Orange Grant Gustafson (Coach), Grady Gustafson, Logan Aird, Axel Buller, Kingston Davis, Brayden Dieck, Rylund Wycotte.

U6F Cariboo Steel Tangerine Sean Groundwater (Coach), Liz Hinsche (Assistant Coach), Gabrielle Knox, Hannah Cheek, Isabelle Groundwater, Klay Pare, Marley McKimm, Taryn Hinsche, Brook-Lynn Alphonse.

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U6F Subway Light Pink Dave Herrling (Coach), Darron Campbell (Assistant Coach), Emma Herrling, Kalli Campbell, Kayla Hink, Shelby Hollett, Kate Neufeld, Jayne McGladdery. Missing: Jacy-Sue Case.

U6M Heartland Toyota

Curt Levens (Coach), Allison Levens (Assistant Coach), Boston Levens, Declan Pocock, Blake Pigeon, Dane Ramier, Liam Mulawka, Jimmy Testawich. Missing: Nash Overton.

U6M United Carpet

Dani Wood (Coach), Nara Riplinger (Assistant Coach), Brady Wood, Daelin Riplinger, Adrian Keats, Jared Telford, Hayden French, Kaden Pierce, Gary Abbott.

U7F McDonald’s Orange

Angela Vickars (Coach), Jennifer Loewen (Assistant Coach), Rachel Loewen, Julia Bowman, Madelyn Feist, Kendra Antoniuk, Jazmin Guichon, Seirra Leoidevin. Missing: Callie Hay-Vickars

U6F Windsor Plywood Purple

Matt Cullum (Coach), Trina Halfnights (Assistant Coach), Abby Green, Addyson Cullum, Edyn Halfnights, Joelle Thurow, Kenzie Gentles, Paige Romaniuk, Peyton Bailey.

U6M Cariboo GM Graham Fulton (Coach), Aiden Fulton, Andrew Smid, Kevin Bursinger, Gurtaj Rai, Matthew Blomgren, Gavin McGuire, Digraj Parmer.

U6M Johnston Meier Insurance

Don Giroux (Coach), Marco Passeri (Assistant Coach), Remi Giroux, Caen Passeri, Chase Dube, Adam Dobby, Jayden McCarthy, Lane Wiggins, Rheydon Alphonse, Eli Schwaller.

U7F McDonald’s Blue

Jessica Doerner (Coach), Kym Keogh (Assistant Coach), Nayeli Doerner, Paighton Bings, Kate Choi, Julia Landry, Olivia Rowse, Jada Schuetze, Keely Grisdale, Ava Durand.

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U6M Gustafson’s Chrysler Jeep

Rob Sutton (Coach), Kirk Dressler (Assistant Coach), Jake Sutton, Finnley Dressler, Ian Foster, Oliver Pole, Erik Krause, Ollie Studer, Danton Enns.

U6M Lake City Ford

Shannon Boomer (Coach), Dionte Jelks (Assistant Coach), Carter Boomer, Noe Jelks, Connor Hoem, Logan Cooper-Paul, Ben Wessels, Geordi Wonnacott, Jonathan Sim.

U7F McDonald’s Green

Chris Nowotny (Coach), Amanda Langford (Assistant Coach), Maya Nowotny, Morgan Langford, Carrigan Watson, Kaytlin Skurtow, Chance Loos, Rachel Kennedy, Madison Johnny.

U7F McDonald’s Teal

Deanna Phillips (Coach), Tania Lauren (Assistant Coach), Treena Phillips, Leah Lauren, Cali Jorde, Ariel Billyboy, Sydney Folz, Darby Cail, Breelyn Grinder, Amy Hanson.


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U7M Boston Pizza Juana Cervantes (Coach), Karen Haseldine (Assistant Coach), Kyler Alphonse-Johnny, Kolby Croswell, Andrew Haseldine, Aidan Korving, Jordan Madill, Tyler Ross, Cole Skerry, Rory Wormell-Essex. Missing: Joseph Faubert.

U7M Durfeld Log & Timber Mark Thiessen (Coach), Phillip Brown, David Fait, Benjamin Huston, William Lulua, Michael Phillips, Kale Seinen, Eli Thiessen, Brody Wessels.

U8F Tim Hortons Blue Nara Riplinger (Coach), Andy Turner (Assistant Coach), Madigan Riplinger, Grace Turner, Diya Kaur Rai, Veronica Keats, Alexis McComber, Madison Boston. Missing: Alexa Augustine, Karlee Messer-Todd

U7M Cariboo Custom Monogram

U7M Boitanio Mall

Mike Rife (Coach), Carolyn Walsh (Assistant Coach), Kaleb Bremner, Logan Elzinga, Adam Holtom, Jeremy LaBelle, Eliot Peterson-Branco, Ryan Rife, Beau Sanford, Darrell Stead, Luke Walsh.

Ben Pierce (Coach), Liselle Pierce (Assistant Coach), Charlie Beaulne, Lucian Davis, Joseph Henley, Lucas Kranabetter, Parker O’Connor, Boston Pierce, Andrew Rud, Nicholas Speed, Jacob Worthington.

U7M Wassenaar Dental

U7M Denny’s

Parnell Pinette (Coach), James Boate, Anthony DiMarco, David Hill, Timu Kruus, Lucas Pinette, Cameron Pinette, Navdeep Sahota, Noah Ofstie.

U8F Tim Hortons Green Kelvin Parent (Coach), Tony Derksen (Assistant Coach), Kendra Parent, Heidi Derksen, Taylor Sanford, Clerese Cyr, Austyn Waters, Jordan Pole, Tatianna Dutil. Missing: Natasha Castro.

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U8F Tim Hortons Pink Chuck Christensen (Coach), Rick Heal (Assistant Coach), Lauren Christensen, Elizabeth Heal, Saidra Aubichon-Archie, Coral Price, Faith Johnny, Jessica Mann. Missing: Jessica Helmer.

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U8F Tim Hortons Red

Lisa Kerley (Coach), Christina Carriere (Assistant Coach), Taylor Fitzgerald, Brooklyn Carriere, Dalrajveer Ranu, Ivy Watson, Jorga Gilpin, Lisena Solomon, Chelsea Lewis, Kasha Vitoratos.

U8M Tim Hortons Green

Jason Sim (Coach), Trina Casler (Assistant Coach), Owen Sim, Tavis Veitch, Colby Bennison, Nathan Thomas, Joshua Riggs, Alex Kaufman, Nicholas Russel Nolin, Aiden Ehrenberg, Kowen Funk, Caleb Cebuliak, Wylie Rowan.

U8M Tim Hortons Orange

Lara Roorda (Coach), Lisa Bachmier (Assistant Coach), Dominik Kniec, Curtis Roorda, Nicholas Bachmier, Hayden Petruk, Nathan Kendrick, William Luscombe, Jacob Shoults, Tristan Friesen, Suckmanvir Sra, Ian Davis. Missing: Bryson Bujold.

U9/10F Bank of Montreal Daisy

Quynn Passeri (Coach), Guy Caferra (Assistant Coach), Dylan Passeri, Jadyn Caferra, Emily Korving, Devin Rushton, Paige Hoem, Hailey Kitsul, Jordan Burtini, Sophie Brown, Destiny Johnny, Ariel Veitch, Tashanna Akerman, Maia Vitoratos.

U8F Tim Hortons Yellow

Natasha Brown, Eryn Ritchat-Fontaine (Coaches), Shawn Durand (Assistant Coach), Morgan Mowery, Courtney Mowery, Audrey Johnson, Ryley Pilkington, Kianna Davis. Missing: Ava Durand, Marin Hagedorn, Suida Gilbert Higgins.

U8M Tim Hortons Indigo

Colby Silver (Coach), Janna Erickson, Sonya Wells (Assistant Coaches), Nicholas Getz, Jonah Ernst, Quentin Silver, Liam Wells, Nolan Lindsay, Kolby Camile, Max Sanford, Kaleb Alphonse, Raiden Lainchbury, Dayton Abbott. Missing: Jonas Erickson, Shale Stemp.

U9/10F Bank of Montreal Tangerine

Diane Baerg (Coach), Cory Neufeld (Assistant Coach), Devyn Baerg, Megan Neufeld, Kaitlyn Wehlen, Kira Wehlen, Paige Outhouse, Kayla Oerlemans, Amrit Binning, Jordyn Maas, Marissa Ramsay, Julia Moore, Aleza Cyr, Paris Masters.

U9/10F Hub International Barton Insurance

Curt Levens (Coach), Allison Levens (Assistant Coach), Brooke Levens, Kerri Rankin, Tiana Brenner, Abbigail Roy, Zeah Rusch, Brityn Hinsche, Isabelle Knox, Haroop Sandhu, Abbey Trussler, Jenai Russell-Nolin. Missing: Kristyna Cooper-Paul, Shanon Mohammed.

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U8F Tim Hortons Orange

Grant Gustafson (Coach), Alexee Gustafson, Abby Davis Webb, Krysten Ludwig, Manraj Kaur Sahota, Hannah Chestnut, Keira Vermeulen. Missing: Gabrielle Gracia.

U8M Tim Hortons Charcoal

Fred Kaiser (Coach), Crystal Lucas, Corwin Smid (Assistant Coaches), Ethan Smid, Nolan Lucas, Vance Engstrom, Ty Oviett, Zackary Neufeld, Riley De Rose, Cole Rochefort, Garrett Fischer, Thomas Kaiser, Leevon Roy. Missing: Cyrus Muhammed.

U9/10F D&J Photography

Warren Brown (Coach), Lorne LeRoy (Assistant Coach), Abigail Brown, Claire Brown, Sydney LeRoy, Emma Pittman, Adanna Nustad, Bayley Cail, Manveer Ranu, Cheri Dube, Paige Andrews, Jordan Williams. Missing: Amelia Peterson-Branco, Nicole Bailey.

U9/10F The Rush

James Evans (Coach), Beverley Evans (Assistant Coach), Tyana Ross, Jerika Meldrum, Jaded-Rae Meldrum, Ali Waterhouse, Katelynn Hill, Abayah Hunt, Georgia Jacobson, Alicia William, Hannah Badesha, Tanesha Alphonse, Christa Alphonse. Missing: Samantha Evans.


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U9/10F Windsor Plywood Carrie Kerley (Coach), Gina Alexander (Assistant Coach), Brette Kerley, Pyper Alexander, Brynn Halfnights, Sara Vermeulen, Taylor Bachmier, Chelsie Jensen, Shaylee Stewart, Shante Adams, Cleary Manning, Olivia Gash, Makenna Watson, Sierra Elkins.

U9M BMO #2 Orange Grant Glessing (Coach), Mary Thurow (Assistant Coach), Nathan Glessing, Ty Thurow, Dylan Telford, Boston Mason, Noah Trussler, Kyle Wiggins, Evan Berkelaar, Mason LaBelle, Alexandro Brinoni, Maxx Johnny. Missing: Ethan Shultz-Anderson, Nick Wright.

U9M BMO #1 Gold Chris Nowotny (Coach), Colby Silver (Assistant Coach), Lucas Nowotny, Ashlar Silver, Evan Pigeon, Shamus McGuire, Hayden Daye, Wyatt O’Connor, Matthew Adams-Rosette, Gavin McKimm, Morgan Mckay, Preston Walsh. Missing: Boyce Squinas.

U9M Surplus Herby’s Rya Enns (Coach), Riaan Koster (Assistant Coach), Finley Enns, Gavin Couture, Mathew Huston, Parker Sokolan, Joel Case, Jaeden Wilson, Kristian Volkmann, Allen Beaumont. Missing: Ruan Koster, Owen Kritz, Lucas Chipman.

U10M Concrete Fitness Shannon Boomer (Coach), Theo Van Zwieten (Assistant Coach), Pacey Boomer, Ethan Ransome, Tyson Conroy, Sam Powers, Peter Newberry, Marcus Kennedy, Gurkaren Boyal, Ethan Michel, Zachary Chelsea, Ryker Johnny, Donatien Cyr, Jaedyn Shortreed.

U10M BMO #2 Forest Green George Fraser (Coach), Dave Herrling (Assistant Coach), Wesley Fraser, Aidan Herrling, Sam Fait, Hayden Grinder, MacKenzie Blomgren, Calvin Croswell, Joey D’Appolonia, Bjorn Hunt, Joshua Huston, Andrew Dyck, Tian Walker. Missing: Mitchel Ryan

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U9M Burgess Plumbing & Heating Mike Franklin (Coach), Tania Lauren (Assistant Coach), Davis Franklin, Ty Lauren, Ryan Bauer, Alex Rempel-Price, Connor Sutton, Jaxon Skuratow, Kieran Grey, Basil Robbins, Leif Brandson. Missing: Cody Bailey, Jared Larmand.

U10M BMO #1 Maroon Norm Cramer (Coach), Peter Arnold (Assistant Coach), Brad Cramer, Ryan Arnold, Juan David Faubert, Wyatt Jacobson, Demetrius George, Sebastian Gracia, Flynn Wells, Matthew Chipman, Michel Blusson. Missing: Benjamin Airey, Cass Carnes, Mason Able.

U10M Wise Owl Toys Caroline Ashley (Coach), Trish Maas (Assistant Coach), Deon Nand, Jacob Maas, Ethan Laurie, Carson Fisher, Bobby Russel, John Noskey, Linden Hay, Nathan Preston, Dominic Badger, Dayton SmithHall, Isacc Shoults, Steven Dutil.

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U12F Clear View Accounting

U12F Denny’s

Doug Hill (Coach), Paula Freeman (Assistant Coach), Tatiana Hill, Aimee Favel, Anisha Kainth, Legasea Nicklin, Kailee Messer-Leboe, Neely Thompson (Post), Danica Gainer, Morgan Weingart, Gynelle Dalton, Brooke Helmer, Cassie Jorde, Emma Miller, Paige Call. Missing: Stephanie McDonald, Faith Frost.

Grant Glessing (Coach), Karla Weibe, Carla Glessing (Assistant Coaches), Katie Weibe, Jaymie Grove, Gabrielle Pierce, Karena Sokolan, Emma Walsh, Chloe Jefferson, Carmen Davis, Amee Roy, Amanda Guraliuk, Michelyn Whitford, Rachel Glessing, Breanna Moffat, Kiana Pilkington, Emma Paterson, Madison Blusson.

U12F GL Construction

U12F Tanya Rankin Real Estate

Wayne Hammond (Coach), Cristy Landry (Assistant Coach), Olivia Hammond, Taylor Wessels, Autumn Weir, Violet Kritz, Kiana Gossen, Alyssa Gossen, Amelia Ives, Kiana McDermott, Brooke Call, Emma Landry, Alisha Arnold, Jessica Rowley, Adawnis Wilson, Jayleen Case. Missing: Tiana Goddard.

U12M Finning

Norm Cramer (Coach), Lorne Leroy (Assistant Coach), Megan Cramer, Brooke Leroy, Amanda Lane, Brooklyn Laukkanen, Angela Rud, Keeley Patey, Brianna Patey, Julia Ziegler, Mallory Rankin, Joslyn Mann, Kyla Wallin, Jordan D’Appolonia, Kyla Cameron, Kassidy Herrick.

U12M Kal Tire

Andrea Christensen (Coach), Sydney Redpath (Assistant Coach), Landon Christensen, Carson Menzies, Raeyden Beauchamp, Brody Conroy, Jared Brown, Rohit Singh Sahota, Dayton Long, Dylan DeRose, Cooper Albrechtsen, Rocky Peepchuck. Missing: Caleb Pierce, Braeden O’Connor.

Katie Sherlock (Coach), Andy Turner (Assistant Coach), Tanner Dyck, Cole Turner, Logan Hutchinson, Nicolas Flinton, Austin Stead, Skem’cis Phillips, Mokam Mahil, Justin Foster, Kyle Hubner, Evan Pantanetti, Jacob Helminger, Ushabh Raj Salaria. Missing: Cody Mack, Parker Salo.

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U12F Celtic Engineering

Regan Ernst (Coach), Daryl Taylor, Carrie Kerley (Assistant Coaches), Emma Ernst, Emma Taylor, Bronwyn Pocock, Sara Trampleasure, Senna Trampleasure, Sara Turko, Morgan Worthington, Jordyn Kerley, Sabryn Alphonse, Paityn Weil, Shantae Guichon, Amy Hume, Mikah Stewart, Katarina Price.

U12F Dickens’ Dental

Gord Chipman (Coach), Lara Roorda (Assistant Coach), Kyla Roorda, Emma Roorda, Katie Chipman, Maria DiMarco, Samantha Taylor, Jaydan Taylor, Taylor Brink, Madelaine Brown, Jennica Walker, Nicole Dickens, Amanda Dawyduik, Marie Navratil, Breanne Havas. Missing: Kimberley Davis.

U12M DWB Consulting

Jeff Alexander (Coach), Gary Bailey (Assistant Coach), Ethan Alexander, Cody Bailey, Aaron Hughes, Shawn Hughes, Cade Enns, Brendan Pigeon, Indie Nicklin, Maxwell Paynton, Carter Robertson, Sammy Bergman, Joseph Brinoni, Lane Spooner. Missing: Samuel Setah, Isaiah Robbins.

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U12M Subway Ian Thompson (Coach), Tim Seibert (Assistant Coach), Nathan Seibert, Sam Thiessen, Grady Thomas, Brayden Smid, Jack Zavitz, Brady Phillips, Colton Johnson, Nikolas Downey, Denzel Jackson, Wilson Thompson, Zion Faubert, Jayden Bergson, Josh Rhodes.

U14F Kiwanis

Mike Franklin (Coach), Paula Freeman (Assistant Coach), Megan Doering, Demi Winters, Sydney McLean, Devona Robinson, Sydney Baerg, Isabelle Call, Coral Choi, Callie Franklin, Leah Harry, Sarah Hermsen, Hailey Richards, Roniya Sacchetti, Serenna Sellars, Brittany Wakely, Bridget Pocock, Danielle Schultz. Missing: Cheyenne Shoults, Meaghan Boate, Diondra Hurd, Amy Berkelaar.

U14F OK Tire

Jose David Faubert (Coach), Aubrey Jackson (Assistant Coach), Alyssa Cheverie, Gina Davis, Catelyn Ertel, Mazira Faubert, Laine Grace, Paige Gudbranson, Ruthie Jackson, Morgan Moore, Gabrielle Nustad, Emma Pfleiderer, Laura Pfleiderer, Haley Ramier, Raegan Schofield, Karlee Smith, Holly Stirling, Tamara William, Sarah Wright, Nicole Gimble. Missing: Matilda McGirr, Kaitlyn Hutchinson.

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U12M Tell Tale Signs About Face Photography

U12M Pritchard & Co.

Marco Passeri (Coach), Chuck Christensen (Assistant Coach), Jaxon Passeri, Eric Christensen, Andy Berkelaar, William Havas, Ryleigh Callender, Parker Isfeld, Kaiden Pilkington, James Kaufman. Missing: Braden Robbins, Matthew Mercer, Sheldon Mann, Keaton Riplinger, Daymond Godbout.

Jonathon Jackson (Coach), Maria/Jose Jackson (Assistant Coach), Jacob Jackson, Thomas Burke, Spencer Blois, Kaz Inscho, Lucas Hunlin, Jasraj Saini, Justice Noel, Marco Rigoni, Jacob Telford. Missing: Jonathan Russell, Tracer Weingart, Elden Lulua, Dawson Billyboy.

U14F Investors Group

U14F 150 M&S Tire and Service

Laura Storuschuk (Coach), Steve Carpenter (Assistant Coach), Caylin Tomm, Melissa Styran, Camilla Pittman, Carleigh Walters, Chloe Storoschuk, Nathalie Sylvain, Taylor Adams, Mackenna Alexander, Katie Berkelaar, Jordyn Henderson, Callie-Jo Hume, Faith Outhouse, Grace Outhouse, Bailey Alexander, Haley Strohschein, Maria Seibert, Brittany Zimmer, Kiana Desmond, Carrie Lange. Missing: Darian Haller, Kylee Gentry.

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Ryan Lord (Coach), Kirstin Lauren (Assistant Coach), Jenna Menzies, Morgan Lord, Kaylee Weil, Emily Roy, Dawn Henley, Tennale Sailor, Shaelynn Bailey, Morgan Blois, Kassidy Chelsea, Vittoria Durfeld, Mackinley Erickson, Hallie Fisher, Brooklyn Masters, Brittany Parent, Sarah Schmautz. Missing: Kylie Forseille, Logan Capoose, Bridgette Combs, Jade Johnson, Melissa Rispin.

Mark Holland (Coach), Brent Holland, Ryan Holland (Assistant Coaches), Vincent Austin, Dominic Baird, Daine Dubois, Patrick Kniec, Julian Lachapelle, Rownen Manning, David Russel, Jobanjit Saini, Tyler Schick, TJ Urquhart, David Yonkman, Griffen Outhouse. Missing: Braeden Boyd, Spencer Holland, Benjamin Lamb-Yorski, Spencer Neufeld, Noah Schick, Trey Thomas.

U14M Ranchland Honda

Douglas Hill (Coach), Christopher Baye, Jared Davey, Devon Hill, Liam O’Brien, Joshua Phillips, Dakota Sailor, Devon Sandhu, Matthew Wessels, William Paynton. Missing: Jerome Billyboy, Cody Call, Lukas Johnson, Reiley O’Brien, Thomas Pinchbeck, Jaye Richards, Tyler Tenning.

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U14M Shoppers Drug Mart

U18F Kiwanis

Norm Cramer (Coach), Scott Cramer, Nicholas Farkas, Brody Fenton, Justin Hansen, Tucker McGladdery, Avery Hennan, Justin Mercer, Lane Peepchuk, Samson Peepchuk, Nathan Snowball, Cody Swan, Jonah Thiessen, Russell Waterhouse, Rylen Williamson. Missing: James Bings, Hayden Lyons, Benjamin Stafford.

Gregg Gaylord, Treena Brown (Coaches), Kylie Gill, Alexandra Page, Kelsey Smith, Sunney Engstrom, Sydney Redpath, Shannon Hermsen, Victoria Page, Karmen Smith, Chloe Sylvain, Cassandra Abel, Paige Brinoni, Natasha Brown, Madisen Gaylord, Natasha Johnson, Natasha Lewis, Carly Magnuson, Inderroop Randhawa, Kara Zurak, Emily Hendricks.

U18F Evjen Water

U18F Ranchland Honda

Brenda Mann, Lynn Ann Cheverie (Coaches), Talia Baptiste, Haley Tazelaar, Megan Cheverie, Latasha Diaz, Michelle Thamerus, Taylor Gentry, Nicki Trotter, Natasha Yaworski, Brianna Chaffee, Brooklyn Chipman, Victoria Diaz, Madison Hordiuk, Kendall Jensen, Gabriele Lachapelle, Eryn Ritchat-Fontaine, Danika Robson, Morgan Schofield, Kennedy Wiebe, Chloe Fayowski.

Mike Pederson, David Baye (Coaches), Lexi Pedersen, Jasmine Baye, Katelyn Walters, Samantha Delacherois, Amy Penny, Isabella Ruby, Vanessa Hansen, Dakotah Bailey, Kate Barnett, Khyla MacMurchy, Cheyanne Stuart, Ashley Straza, Ryleigh Barta, Marlie Russell, Teriann Elkins, Dayna Betsill, Sydney Goward, Danielle Goward.

U18M WL Construction

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George Fraser (Coach), Colton James, Kristof Sommer, Jordan Schofield, Robbie Pedersen, Lee Pinchbeck, Reece Frederick, Jona Sommer, Kyle Pigeon, Bhavan Mann, Danton Kendall, Jose Jackson, Brandon Stump, Josh Novakoski, Kyle Burke, Zack Herrick, Cody Mallette, Keith Booth, Ethan Patey, Joshua Strauch, Zack Fayowski, Austin Clarke, Darian Grace.

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U18F New Waves Pool & Spa

Trevor Schick, Vic Dueck (Coaches), Rebecca Grosso, Morgan Grosso, Yeinisei Faubert, Eva Hoelderl, Karina Sukert, Kaylee Dueck, Taylor Patton, Amy Watt, Erika Weber, Chantelle Beadman-Rolph, Brooke Dawydiuk, Sara Holley, Mackenzie Howse, Ashleigh Lyons, Kanisha Manhas, Bailey Schick, Teneal Schick, Taysha Swan, Ana Lomavatu.

U18M PMT Chartered Accountants

Rob Warnock (Coach), Andrew Woodward, Matt McMath, Josh Hutchinson, Rajan Mangat, Mitch Wiebe, Bhavdeep Sahota, Devon Strohschein, Jake Walsh, Zack Able, Cameron Kozuki, Tristan Sellars, Liam Bings, Andrew Davey, Trevor Woodward, Nick Warnock, Raymond Strohschein, Brad Able, Tyler Benard, Brandon Schick, Adam Stafford, Steven Chipman, Jeremy Smith.

U11 Girls Development Team

Back Row L to R: Vanessa Hansen (Coach), Natale VanWyck (Coach), Brooke LeRoy, Jessica Rowley, Anisha Kainth, Neely Post, Paige Call, Jayden Taylor, Karina Sokolan, Paula Freeman (Coach). Front Row L to R: Violet Kritz, Tatiana Hill, Emma Ernst, Olivia Hammond, Bronwyn Pocock, Amanda Lane, Morgan Worthington, Emma Taylor, Taylor Wessels. Front - Samantha Taylor (Goalie)

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U12 Girls Development Team

U12 Boys Development “A” Team

Back row left to right: Rob Tazelaar (Coach), Karen Brink (Manager), Megan Cramer, Emma Miller, Morgan Weingart, Katie Wiebe, Nicole Dickens, Kyla Roorda, Alyssa Gossen, Carrie Kerley, (Coach), Lara Roorda, (Coach). Front row left to right: Shante Guichon, Alisha Arnold, Kassidy Herrick, Taylor Brink, Jordyn Kerley, Emma Roorda, Stephanie Mcdonald. Missing: Paityn Weil, Liv Rankin, Breanne Havas

Back left: Marco Passeri (Coach), Dawson Billyboy, James Kaufman, Justin Foster, Zion Faubert, Ethan Alexander, Parker Isfeld, Matthew Mercer, Jeff Alexander (Coach). Front left: Jaxon Passeri, Sam Thiessen, Mokham Mahil, Cade Enns. Missing: Keaton Riplinger

U13 Girls Rep Team

U13 Boys Rep Team

Back Row (left to right): Callie Franklin, Brittany Wakely, Gina Davis, Isabelle Call, Vittoria Durfeld, Kassidy Chelsea, Sarah Hermsen, Bridget Pocock, Middle Row (left to right): Faith Outhouse, Bailey Alexander, Mackenna Alexander, Raegan Schofield, Alyssa Cheverie, Grace Outhouse, Laine Grace. Front: Melissa Rispin. Missing: Mackinley Erickson and Mazira Faubert

U15 Boys Rep Team

Back Row, L-R: Darien Grace, Zach Herrick, Ethan Patey, Raymond Strohschein, Justin Hansen, Trevor Woodward, Bradley Able, Zack Fayowski, Steven Chipman, Thomas Pinchbeck. Front Row L-R: Tylar Benard, Kurtis Albrechtsen, Dylan Taylor, Griffen Outhouse, Nicholas Warnock, Jared Davey, Brandon Schick. Missing:Cody Call, Bobby Rankin, Dominic Baird, Gerome Billyboy, Jeremy Smith, Assistant Coach Brian Hansen, Coach Mike Grace, Manager Bridgitte Pinchbeck

Back row Left to Right: Chris Swan (Coach), David Russell, Hayden Lyons, Scott Cramer, Chris Baye, Tyler Tenning, Patrick Kneic, Reid Davidson, Will Paynton, Glen Williamson (Coach). Front row Left to Right: Masen Fernandes, Matt Wessels, Daine Dubois, Trey Thomas, Rylen Williamson, Cody Swan. Goalie: Kean Kellermeier. Missing: Lukas Johnson and Dakota Sailor

U18 Girls Rep Team

Left to Right, Back Row: Brian Hansen (Coach) Latasha Diaz, Karmen Smith, Victoria Page, Dayna Betsil, Nikki Trotter, River Michalchuk, Amy Penny, Rob Tazelaar (Coach). Left to Right, Front Row: Michelle Thamerus, Becky Grosso, Natasha Yaworski, Eva Hoelderl, Morgan Grosso (upside down), Vanessa Hansen, Sunny Engstrom, Katelyn Walters, Shayla Lamarsh. Missing: Haley Tazelaar, Alex Page, Megan Cheverie, Dani Goward, Sydney Goward, Taylor Patton, Bean MacDonald, Andie Lamarsh.

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U12 Boys Development “B” Team

Left to right: (Back row) Lisa Hutchinson (Assistant Coach), Kyle Hubner, Cole Turner, Dylan Derose, Josh Rhodes, Marco Rigoni, Tanner Dyck, Katie Dyck (Coach). Left to right: (front row) Braeden O’Connor, Logan Hutchinson, Grady Thomas, Brendan Pigeon, Carson Menzies, Jared Brown. Lying down in front: Landon Christensen.

U15 Girls Rep Team

Back L – R: Eryn Ritchat-Fontaine, Lexi Pedersen, Natasha Brown, Kylie Forseille, Cassie Abel, Teneal Schick, Madison Hordiuk, Bailey Schick, Morgan Lord, Natasha Lewis, Ashleigh Lyons, Ashley Straza, Khyla McMurchy, Kanisha Manhas, Sara Holley, Caylin Tomm. Middle L-R: Teriann Elkins, Carly Magnuson, Kendall Jensen, Morgan Schofield, Carleigh Walters, Dawn Henley, Kara Zurak, Cheyanne Stuart, Madisen Gaylord, Brooke Dawydiuk. Front L-R: Victoria Diaz, Sam Delacherois. Missing: Jasmine Baye, Sydney McLean. Coaches: Nick Iachetta, Brenda Mann, Paul Magnuson, Luke Moger.

U18 Boys Rep Team

Back row left to right: Shane Schofield (Manager), Cordell Wiebe (Coach), Jordan Schofield, Dustin (Hubby Bear) Hubner, Taylor Turatus, Reece Fredrick, Benno Durfeld, Kristoff Sommer, Matt McMath, Devon Strohschein, Kevin (Papa Wood) Woodward (Coach). Front row left to right: Mitch Wiebe, Bhavdeep Sahota, Zach Zwiers, Gurajan Mangat, Jona Sommer, Andrew Woodward. Lying down : Conlan Sprickerhoff. Missing: Jake Walsh, Colton James, Bhaven Mann, Josh Strauch.

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As we head into our Round-Up Jamboree, please remember that the success of the players and of our association is largely dependent on the support of the terrific volunteers and parents of WLYSA. We would appreciate your cooperation with the following: Please have only the coaches and players opposite the spectators. This makes it easier for the coaches to keep track of subs/players. All of the divisions will have referees; therefore, no coach or parent shall be permitted on the field unless asked by the referee. Many of our refs are in their first year. Please show them your support as they are doing the best job they can and will continue to improve with every game. Remember that the refs are children, too and harassment will absolutely NOT be tolerated by the WLYSA. Substitutions are only allowed when the coach asks the referee on a whistle if he/she can sub. Coaches - Please hand in binders, equipment bags and all contents to your coordinators on Saturday. We hope you had a wonderful year with WLYSA and enjoy your end-of-the-year Jamboree! Players should be proud of what they have accomplished and learned together!

YOUTH SOCCER JUNIOR ROUND-UP SCHEDULE: JUNE 15th & 16th, 2012 U6 Female GAME # DAY 1 Friday 1 Friday 2 Saturday 2 Saturday 4 Saturday 3 Saturday 3 Saturday

DATE June 15 June 15 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 5:30pm 5:30pm 10:30am 10:30am 12:30pm 2:30pm 2:30pm

HOME TANGERINE CARIBOO STEEL YELLOW INVESTORS GROUP PINK SUBWAY YELLOW INVESTORS GROUP BLUE FRONTLINE HELICOPTER TANGERINE CARIBOO STEEL BLUE FRONTLINE HELICOPTER

AWAY BLUE FRONTLINE HELICOPTER PINK SUBWAY TANGERINE CARIBOO STEEL PURPLE WINDSOR PLYWOOD YELLOW INVESTORS GROUP PURPLE WINDSOR PLYWOOD PINK SUBWAY

FIELD Marie Sharpe 1 Marie Sharpe 2 Esler 2 Esler 3 Esler 1 Esler 2 Esler 3

U8 Female (continued)

U6 Male GAME # 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3

DAY Friday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

DATE June 15 June 15 June 15 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 11:30am 11:30am 11:30am 3:30pm 3:30pm 3:30pm

HOME LAKE CITY FORD HEARTLAND TOYOTA JOHNSTON MEIER INSURANCE UNITED CARPET LAKE CITY FORD JOHNSTON MEIER INSURANCE HEARTLAND TOYOTA CARIBOO GM UNITED CARPET

AWAY GUSTAFSON’S DODGE UNITED CARPET CARIBOO GM CARIBOO GM HEARTLAND TOYOTA GUSTAFSON DODGE JOHNSTON MEIER INSURANCE GUSTAFSON’S DODGE LAKE CITY FORD

FIELD TRU 1 TRU 2 Cataline 1 Esler 1 Esler 2 Esler 3 Esler 1 Esler 2 Esler 3

U7 Female GAME # DAY 1 Friday 1 Friday 2 Saturday 2 Saturday 3 Saturday 3 Saturday

DATE June 15 June 15 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 6:30pm 6:30pm 8:30am 8:30am 12:30pm 12:30pm

HOME MCDONALDS BLUE MCDONALDS TEAL MCDONALDS ORANGE MCDONALDS GREEN MCDONALDS GREEN MCDONALDS BLUE

AWAY MCDONALDS ORANGE MCDONALDS GREEN MCDONALDS TEAL MCDONALDS BLUE MCDONALDS ORANGE MCDONALDS TEAL

FIELD Marie Sharpe 1 Marie Sharpe 2 Esler 2 Esler 3 Esler 2 Esler 3

U7 Male GAME # 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3

DAY Friday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

DATE June 15 June 15 June 15 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 6:30pm 6:30pm 6:30pm 9:30am 9:30am 9:30am 1:30pm 1:30pm 1:30pm

HOME DURFELD LOG & TIMBER BOITANIO MALL CARIBOO CUSTOM MONOGRAM DENNY’S BOSTON PIZZA BOITANIO MALL BOITANIO MALL BOSTON PIZZA DENNY’S

AWAY WASENAAR DENTAL DENNY’S BOSTON PIZZA CARIBOO CUSTOM MONOGRAM WASENAAR DENTAL DURFELD LOG & TIMBER CARIBOO CUSTOM MONOGRAM DURFELD LOG & TIMBER WASENAAR DENTAL

FIELD TRU 1 TRU 2 Cataline 1 Esler 1 Esler 2 Esler 3 Esler 1 Esler 2 Esler 3

U8 Female GAME # DAY 1 Friday 1 Friday 1 Friday 2 Saturday 2 Saturday 2 Saturday

DATE June 15 June 15 June 15 June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 9:30am 9:30am 9:30am

HOME TIM HORTON’S YELLOW TIM HORTON’S BLUE TIM HORTON’S ORANGE TIM HORTON’S PINK TIM HORTON’S PURPLE TIM HORTON’S BLUE

AWAY TIM HORTON’S GREEN TIM HORTON’S PINK TIM HORTON’S PURPLE TIM HORTON’S ORANGE TIM HORTON’S GREEN TIM HORTON’S YELLOW

FIELD ESLER 4 ESLER 5 ESLER 6 ESLER 4 ESLER 5 ESLER 6

GAME # 3 3 3

DAY Saturday Saturday Saturday

DATE June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 12:30pm 12:30pm 12:30pm

HOME TIM HORTON’S BLUE TIM HORTON’S PURPLE TIM HORTON’S PINK

AWAY TIM HORTON’S ORANGE TIM HORTON’S YELLOW TIM HORTON’S GREEN

FIELD ESLER 4 ESLER 5 ESLER 6

U8 Male GAME # 1 1 2 2 3 3

DAY Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

DATE June 15 June 15 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 5:30pm 5:30pm 11:30am 11:30am 2:30pm 2:30pm

HOME TIM HORTON’S INDIGO TIM HORTON’S CHARCOAL TIM HORTON’S ORANGE TIM HORTON’S GREEN TIM HORTON’S INDIGO TIM HORTON’S GREEN

AWAY TIM HORTON’S ORANGE TIM HORTON’S GREEN TIM HORTON’S CHARCOAL TIM HORTON’S INDIGO TIM HORTON’S CHARCOAL TIM HORTON’S ORANGE

FIELD Marie Sharpe1 Marie Sharpe 2 Esler 5 Esler 6 Esler 5 Esler 6

U9/U10 Female GAME # DAY 1 Friday 1 Friday 1 Friday 2 Saturday 2 Saturday 2 Saturday 3 Saturday 3 Saturday 3 Saturday

DATE June 15 June 15 June 15 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 8:30am 8:30am 8:30am 12:30pm 12:30pm 12:30pm

HOME BMO TANGERINE HUB INTERNATIONAL WINDSOR PLYWOOD WINDSOR PLYWOOD D&J PHOTOGRAPHY THE RUSH BMO DAISY BMO TANGERINE THE RUSH

AWAY THE RUSH BMO DAISY D&J PHOTOGRAPHY BMO DAISY BMO TANGERINE HUB INTERNATIONAL D&J PHOTOGRAPHY HUB INTERNATIONAL WINDSOR PLYWOOD

FIELD Esler 7 Esler 8 Esler 9 Esler 7 Esler 8 Esler 9 Esler 7 Esler 8 Esler 9

U9 Male GAME# 1 1 2 2 3 3

DAY Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

DATE June 15 June 15 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 5:30pm 5:30pm 9:30am 9:30am 1:30pm 1:30pm

HOME AWAY FIELD BMO GOLD SURPLUS HERBY’S Nesika 1 BMO ORANGE BURGESS PLUMBING & HEATING Nesika 2 SURPLUS HERBY’S BMO ORANGE Esler 7 BURGESS PLUMBING & HEATING BMO GOLD Esler 8 BMO ORANGE BMO GOLD Esler 7 BURGESS PLUMBIN & HEATING SURPLUS HERBY’S Esler 8

U10 Male GAME # 1 1 2 2 3 3

DAY Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

DATE June 15 June 15 June 16 June 16 June 16 June 16

TIME 6:30pm 6:30pm 10:30am 10:30am 2:30pm 2:30pm

HOME BMO MAROON BMO GREEN WISE OWL TOYS CONCRETE FITNESS BMO GREEN CONCRETE FITNESS

AWAY WISE OWL TOYS CONCRETE FITNESS BMO GREEN BMO MAROON BMO MAROON WISE OWL TOYS

FIELD Nesika 1 Nesika 2 Esler 7 Esler 8 Esler 7 Esler 8

YOUTH SOCCER SENIOR ROUND-UP SCHEDULE: JUNE 21st, 22nd & 23rd, 2012 U12 Female DAY DATE Friday June 22 Friday June 22 Friday June 22 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23

U12 Male DAY Friday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

DATE June 22 June 22 June 22 June 23 June 23 June 23 June 23 June 23 June 23

TIME 5:30pm 6:45pm 6:45pm 8:30am 10:00am 10:00am 2:30pm 4:00pm 4:00pm

TIME 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 8:30am 8:30am 8:30am 2:30pm 2:30pm 2:30pm

HOME DICKENS’ DENTAL GL CONSTRUCTION CELTIC ENGINEERING CLEARVIEW ACCOUNTING TANYA RANKIN REAL ESTATE GL CONSTRUCTION DICKENS’ DENTAL CLEARVIEW ACCOUNTING TANYA RANKIN REAL ESTATE

HOME DWB CONSULTING SERVICES PRITCHARD & CO TELL TALE SIGNS/ABOUT FACE KAL TIRE SUBWAY PRITCHARD & CO DWB CONSULTING SERVICES KAL TIRE SUBWAY

AWAY TANYA RANKIN REAL ESTATE CLEAR VIEW ACCOUTING DENNY’S DICKENS’ DENTAL DENNY’S CELTIC ENGINEERING DENNY’S CELTIC ENGINEERING GL CONSTRUCTION

AWAY SUBWAY KAL TIRE FINNING DWB CONSULTING SERVICES FINNING TELL TALE SIGNS/ABOUT FACE FINNING TELL TALE SIGNS/ABOUT FACE PRITCHARD & CO.

FIELD Scotia (New) Scotia (New) Scotia (New) Scotia (New) Scotia (New) Scotia (New) Scotia (New) Scotia (New) Scotia (New)

FIELD Tolko (Lower) Tolko (Lower) Scotia (New) Tolko ((Lower) Tolko ((Lower) Scotia (New) Tolko ((Lower) Tolko ((Lower) Scotia (New)

U14 Female DAY DATE Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23

TIME 10:00am 10:00am 1:00 pm 1:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm

U14 Male DAY Saturday Saturday Saturday

TIME 8:30am 11:30am 2:30pm

DATE June 23 June 23 June 23

HOME OK TIRE INVESTORS GROUP KIWANIS 150 M&S TIRE & SERVICE OK TIRE KIWANIS HOME RANCHLAND HONDA SHOPPER’S DRUG MART SHOPPER’S DRUG MART

AWAY 150 M&S TIRE & SERVICE KIWANIS OK TIRE INVESTORS GROUP INVESTORS GROUP 150 M&S TIRE & SERVICE

FIELD Tolko (Lower) Peterson (Upper) Tolko ((Lower) Peterson (Upper) Tolko ((Lower) Peterson (Upper)

AWAY KIWANIS RANCHLAND HONDA KIWANIS

FIELD Peterson (Upper) Peterson (Upper) Peterson (Upper)

U18 Female DAY DATE Thursday June 21 Thursday June 21 Friday June 22 Friday June 22 Saturday June 23 Saturday June 23

TIME 5:20pm 5:20pm 6:45pm 6:45pm 5:30pm 5:30pm

HOME RANCHLAND HONDA EVJEN WATER KIWANIS NEW WAVES POOL & SPA KIWANIS RANCHLAND HONDA

AWAY KIWANIS NEW WAVES POOL & SPA EVJEN WATER RANCHLAND HONDA NEW WAVES EVJEN WATER

FIELD Tolko (Lower) Scotia (New) Tolko (Lower) Peterson (Upper) Tolko (Lower) Scotia (New)

U18 Male DAY Thursday Friday Saturday

TIME 5:20pm 5:30pm 5:30pm

HOME PMTCHARTERED ACCTS. BROKEN ARROW WL CONSTRUCTION

AWAY WL CONSTRUCTION PMT CHARTERED ACCTS. BROKEN ARROW

FIELD Peterson (Upper) Peterson (Upper) Peterson (Upper)

DATE June 21 June 22 June 23

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