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My previous methods required starting anew every spring
Guest column: Marianne Van Osch
This week marks the Williams Lake Tribune's annual edition of Reach a Reader, celebrating and promoting all the ways literacy enriches our lives.
I remember when Crown land in Metchosin, 98 acres of prime forest, meadow, and pond, was turned over to the Boys and Girls Club for outdoor adventure programs for youth at risk. Who could argue with such a noble cause? Support from all levels of government and private and corporate donors has poured in over the years.
Cassidy Dankochik's column from the Jan. 20 paper
Summerland mayor Toni Boot examines the municipal budget
Editor Grace Kennedy explains why the Observer is reporting on local case numbers, despite the flaws
Generous donations benefited the community
We try to eat dinner as a family every night. It happens about 90 per cent of the time — a statistic I'm pretty proud of because the studies show it's good for families. I know it won't last though. As the kids get older they'll undoubtedly have to be at some type of sports or music practice or over at a classmate's doing a project for school or something (COVID-19 willing).
I disagree with the writer of the letter, Government duplicating services, in regards to the Braefoot building. The services alluded to are geared towards different populations. Why does it have to be one provider versus another? We can have both.
Thom hopes 2021 will not yield such a bevy of new terms and phrases
'Count the silver sir'
Williams Lake city council needs to mind its own business
"While the usual celebrations and gatherings are not happening, the whole premise behind this fairly-new appointed statutory holiday is so families can take a break from hectic schedules and spend some quality time together sometime during the long weekend."
The situation we are currently experiencing has underlined many challenges and opportunities in our community. As we will continue to stay local, the lack of easily accessible outdoor public space, will continue to be a civic challenge.
Susan Kootnekoff is the founder of Inspire Law, her diverse legal career spans over 20 years