The Winning Ticket: former Pemberton couple win big, and Lana McKenzie shares what it really means

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When the $2.2 million cheque arrived from the BC Children’s Hospital Lottery Foundation on Thursday May 11, it was one week since Lana McKenzie discovered she had bought the winning ticket. She had… Continue reading

Senior’s Advocate for BC visits Pemberton, May 31

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The Seniors Advocate for the province, Isobel Mackenzie, will be in Pemberton, meeting at the Legion, on Wednesday May 31, between 1 and 2:30pm, to meet local seniors and their family members, and… Continue reading

Hairy Woodpecker cleans out a nest

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I’m excited to introduce Marc Sole as a new contributor to the Wellness Almanac with this photo, of a Hairy Woodpecker, taken May 13, cleaning out its nest cavity, because it took, as… Continue reading

Riva Fisher reflects on her weeklong insta-takeover

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  Since interviewing her for a Wellness Almanac column, I’ve developed a very soft spot for Riva Fisher. (I mean, the tattoo, for starters. So I’ve hassled her a few times to do… Continue reading

Bluebird day

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Bluebird boxes perched on the edges of fence posts became a sort of treasure to spy first as we leapfrogged our way across the Caribou Plateau in a caravan of SUV’s. At each… Continue reading

Lillooet Lake Rodeo May 20-22, 2017 is fun for the whole family and children under 10 are free

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Mother’s Day bird visitations – grosbeaks, purple finch, pigeons, cowbirds

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John Tschopp reports a busy bird feeder for Mother’s Day on the weekened To see two kinds of Grosbeaks side by side, one has to come to Pemberton. The picture shows one Black… Continue reading

New Growth

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The bright green new growth on the evergreen keeps calling out to me. It’s a three flowered bouquet of spring that is fragrant, delicate and pulsing with power. There is the power to… Continue reading

After School Art Program for kids age 6-12 runs Tuesdays, May 23-June 20

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The Pemberton Art’s Council is hosting an After School Arts Program this spring with a choice of performance classes with Trish Belsham or fine art classes with Valerie Butters for kids aged 6-12.… Continue reading

Victoria Saddleman reminds us to draw up from our roots with today’s photo

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Energy in a nation is like sap on a tree; it rises from bottom up. ~ Woodrow Wilson Thanks to Victoria Saddleman for sharing her photo today.

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