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Williams Lake
We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:05 PM
CJ Restaurant
36 - 3rd Avenue
Williams Lake, BC V2G 2A2
Canada
NEWS
Although the wind was cool and the skies were grey, we had a good turnout for the first Rotary Poker Run (Road Rally).  Don and Walt worked their magic, good job gentleman.
 
Everyone had a good time, people are still talking about it. Especially our winners, 1st place winner was Cynthia Colebank with 3 Aces, Jack high. 2nd best hand was Adrian Kreis 2 Pair with Queen high.
Welcome to our Club!!!
In Sept 2019 we inducted three new members. Wendy Lonson-Hoffman Amber Stratton and Lyndsey Carter.
Wendy Lonson-Hoffman is a retired teacher.
Amber is self employed as a Bookkeeper.
Lyndsey is a Corporate Member with RBC
Our three new members are excited to further the Rotary cause in our community and internationally. 
 
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Williams Lake !
Christina Roderus- Financial Advisor at Raymond James
Diane Baerg- WLCU- Senior Loans Officer, Commercial Credit
Craig Glover-WLCU- Manager of Financial Planning
Dave Dickson with the Rotary Club of Williams Lake facilitated the operations of Operation Red Nose for the 11th year. Operation Red Nose was out in our community for 9 nights giving people safe rides home. The donations this year were the highest received and in return $15,500 was given to the four Williams Lake community Youth programs. Blue Finns Swim Club, Cariboo-Chilcotin Gymnastics, Camp Likely, and the Cariboo-Chilcotin Fiddlers.
Thank you to these four youth groups who donated their time towards giving safe rides home. There were many other Williams Lake folks who volunteered their time as well to this worthy cause. Thank you Everyone!
The Rotary Club of Williams Lake took the chill off a January night and enjoyed a fun evening of Rotary fellowship with some Hula dancing and great food.
 
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Although the wind was cool and the skies were grey, we had a good turnout for the first Rotary Poker Run (Road Rally).  Don and Walt worked their magic, good job gentleman.
 
Everyone had a good time, people are still talking about it. Especially our winners, 1st place winner was Cynthia Colebank with 3 Aces, Jack high. 2nd best hand was Adrian Kreis 2 Pair with Queen high.
Welcome to our Club!!!
In Sept 2019 we inducted three new members. Wendy Lonson-Hoffman Amber Stratton and Lyndsey Carter.
Wendy Lonson-Hoffman is a retired teacher.
Amber is self employed as a Bookkeeper.
Lyndsey is a Corporate Member with RBC
Our three new members are excited to further the Rotary cause in our community and internationally. 
 
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Williams Lake !
Christina Roderus- Financial Advisor at Raymond James
Diane Baerg- WLCU- Senior Loans Officer, Commercial Credit
Craig Glover-WLCU- Manager of Financial Planning
Dave Dickson with the Rotary Club of Williams Lake facilitated the operations of Operation Red Nose for the 11th year. Operation Red Nose was out in our community for 9 nights giving people safe rides home. The donations this year were the highest received and in return $15,500 was given to the four Williams Lake community Youth programs. Blue Finns Swim Club, Cariboo-Chilcotin Gymnastics, Camp Likely, and the Cariboo-Chilcotin Fiddlers.
Thank you to these four youth groups who donated their time towards giving safe rides home. There were many other Williams Lake folks who volunteered their time as well to this worthy cause. Thank you Everyone!
The Rotary Club of Williams Lake took the chill off a January night and enjoyed a fun evening of Rotary fellowship with some Hula dancing and great food.
 
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Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
The Rotary Foundation
Immediate Past President
Membership
Mailing Address
Box 4057
Williams Lake, BC
V2G 2V2
 
 
 
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