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Students from Rya Enns' Kindergarten class excitedly march down the hallway toward their class
BC Parks plans to open up camping opportunities later in June and July
"I'm sure staff will join me in welcoming these folks into their buildings."
Winners from each of the 2020 WLPKSC Yanks Peak Family Fun Day races are as follows:
"Close to 50 per cent of the Monday night league membership was made up of new curlers."
Rookie, young and experienced players, stick curlers, families and families took part
During the awards banquets, players, parents, coaches and volunteers were thanked and congratulated
Sporting events throughout the world - international, national, provincial and even local - have come to a complete halt as the COVID-19 global pandemic continues to evolve on a daily basis.
Offices to close in Williams Lake, Quesnel and 100 Mile House
Williams Lake Skating Club members glided away among the best in the province
The Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex will close until further notice
"We truly hope that with all these measures our guests will feel comfortably safe."
He said while the pool remains open as of Monday afternoon, the situation continues to evolve
"I made lots of new friends, and I had fun skating and it was a big step up in class."
All said precautions need to be taken due to the COVID-19 outbreak
"They are felt and do not break down."
"These are unprecedented times at TRU, and for our society," Fairbairn said
President Kelly Walls said it is with heavy hearts that the WLIRA has made the decision
Sunday, March 15, marked the final day to register for the outdoor season prior to late registration
Ten-year-old Marie Sharpe student Trey Felker can still hardly believe it