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Courtney Vreeman

featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

This month’s feature is a relative newcomer to the world of business, but is already on her second highly successful business in less than five years. Courtney Vreeman was born and graduated in Abbotsford, but up until graduation, she made many moves with her parents between the lower mainland and

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Kimberly Futcher

featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

February’s feature personality is a relative newcomer to Williams Lake but has made a huge splash in the local wedding industry. Kim Futcher was born in Abbottsford and her family started moving around between Fraser Lake, Vanderhoof and Prince George from age 5 to 12. At 12 they moved to

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Featuring Wayne Lucier: Homeless Outreach Worker, musician and volunteer

featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

Although Wayne Lucier was born in San Clara, Manitoba, a small community of about 3,900 northwest of Winnipeg, our personality of the month is a long-time Cariboo resident who moved here in 1973. Growing up and going to school in the next-closest town of Roblin, at 18 he decided to

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Kayla Moleschi; our hometown Olympian

Do Something,featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

The energy that our feature personality exudes is infectious. Who better to be our personality for our Motivation issue, than a young woman who has motivated herself into an Olympic medal? There is no doubt that Kayla Moleschi is a Williams Lake girl. Born and raised here, she made sure

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Businessman and volunteer; Bob Sunner

featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

Baldish Sunner Singh – or to anyone who has ever lived in Williams Lake, Bob Sunner – is our feature for this our issue about decks. It’s not too far of a stretch, as Bob, in his capacity as a furniture salesman extraordinaire, does sell furniture that you can put

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Jean Wellburn: harpist & artist

featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

I showed our artist of the month where my studio was so I could get some images of her for this month’s Stew, and had only left her alone for a couple of minutes when our store started filling with this amazing music from her harp. To be honest, I

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People and the arts BY Christa Smith

featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

Every community has some kind of a creative culture or society within its roots – some are more defined and some are just waiting for a chance to flourish. The Cariboo is a place where creativity overflows and is only growing bigger. Part of that creative influence on our region

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Our Local Pro Boxer Stuart McLellan

featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

It’s all about timing. Being a professional boxer, timing is critical for tactical advantage and game rules. This month’s feature is Stuart McLellan, local professional boxer. Stuart knows all too well how much time and dedication working your way up to pro takes. Born and raised in Williams Lake, Stuart began

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Talented local actor: Lana ‘Taninli’ Wright

featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

The up and coming, Cariboo’s very own talented actor, Lana Wright, is this month’s feature. Lana’s new-found career as an actor has her doggedly working at breaking into the industry after a very long road. Born and raised in Smithers, she is a proud member of the Wet’suwe’ten nation. Lana

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Mark Savard; community-minded sport enthusiast

featured artist,Flavour Of The Month

In all my years living in the Cariboo I’ve met a few people who are truly passionate about where they live and what they do; Mark Savard is one of them. Born in Vancouver, Mark and his family moved to Williams Lake when he was eight and by the time he

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