Annie Gallant

Rotary Club of Quesnel members were on hand during the mounting of the February Art Gallery show. Clockwise from top left are: Peter Walsh

With Glowing Hearts

Gallery Show celebrates Canada's 150 anniversary of confederation

Rotary Club of Quesnel members were on hand during the mounting of the February Art Gallery show. Clockwise from top left are: Peter Walsh
Quesnel Salvation Army’s Major Randy Gatza accepts a box of frozen meat products valued at about $150 from Quesnel Safeway store manager Gloria Moskalyk. The Safeway warehouse has inadvertently shipped this product (used by stores with in-store hot food service) to Quesnel and Gloria decided to donate the box to a worthy cause

A little meat goes a long way

Safeway in Quesnel donated a box of frozen meat to the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen

Quesnel Salvation Army’s Major Randy Gatza accepts a box of frozen meat products valued at about $150 from Quesnel Safeway store manager Gloria Moskalyk. The Safeway warehouse has inadvertently shipped this product (used by stores with in-store hot food service) to Quesnel and Gloria decided to donate the box to a worthy cause
On Tuesday

Students’ empathy rewarded

Students proud wear their We Support our Troops pin given to them at a special occasion in their classroom

On Tuesday
Majors Debbie and Randy Gatza wish to express their appreciation for all the community donations.

Salvation Army says thank ou to Quesnel

A wrap up of the Christmas season for the local Salvation Army is a success

Majors Debbie and Randy Gatza wish to express their appreciation for all the community donations.
Elaine Osen

Following God’s lead

Elaine Osen is loving her new life and new job in Quesnel and owes her success to listening to God

Elaine Osen
Lions Club member Peter Neilsen

Lions’ Housing project shovel ready

Groundbreaking set for spring 2017 and a projected completion date sometime in 2018

Lions Club member Peter Neilsen
This house has stood vacant in Kersley for many years but still displays a proud heritage and a distinguished demeanor

House on the Hill

Kersley boasts many heritage homes, some occupied, some abandoned to the ravages of time

This house has stood vacant in Kersley for many years but still displays a proud heritage and a distinguished demeanor
The view from West Quesnel is different from the walking bridge over the Fraser River.

Westside view of the walking bridge

Many people are familiar with the view of the walking bridge from the east side but few see it from the westside

The view from West Quesnel is different from the walking bridge over the Fraser River.
The remains of Jim Davis and his mother Jean's home on Tertiary Road off Old Prince George Highway.

Mother and son lose everything in house fire

Jim Davis and his mnother Jean were the victims a devastating hous fire

The remains of Jim Davis and his mother Jean's home on Tertiary Road off Old Prince George Highway.
For the past 20 years

20 years of giving

Order of the Easter Star in Quesnel have been providing gifts to long-term care residents for 20 years

For the past 20 years
Still itme to give generously to Salvation Arch Kettle Campaign in Quesnel.

The gift of giving

The Salvation Army's annual Christmas Kettle Campaign is currently underway

Still itme to give generously to Salvation Arch Kettle Campaign in Quesnel.
Giovana thinks of Quesnel as a home away from home.

Giovana settling into Quesnel well

The current Rotary Exchange students from Brazil is thrilled with Quesnel

Giovana thinks of Quesnel as a home away from home.
St. Ann’s 2/3 Class sang Christmas Carols at Maeford Place last Friday! The students enjoyed their visit and treats with the seniors!

Students creat choral magic

St. Ann's Catholic schoolGrade 2/3 students entertained residents at Maeford Place.

St. Ann’s 2/3 Class sang Christmas Carols at Maeford Place last Friday! The students enjoyed their visit and treats with the seniors!
This young family was happy to give to the Salvation Army kettle campaign while shopping at Extra Foods. The campaign is ongoing until Dec. 24 and the Salvation Army would still happily accept more volunteers to ring the kettle bells. If you can give a couple of hours of your time this season

The season of giving

Salvation Army volunteers are needed to help ring the kettle bells and collect donations.

This young family was happy to give to the Salvation Army kettle campaign while shopping at Extra Foods. The campaign is ongoing until Dec. 24 and the Salvation Army would still happily accept more volunteers to ring the kettle bells. If you can give a couple of hours of your time this season
Customers enjoyed great service

Wings re-opens to rave reviews

Wings Quesnel has now re-opened as a corporate store with a local manager and some returning staff

Customers enjoyed great service
Terry Nichols

My Sheep Story connects with local students

Terry Nichols takes her My Sheep Dog Story on the road to local schools

Terry Nichols

Display with pride at Quesnel Fall Fair

The public and specific people like gardeners and ranchers are invited to show off what they do

Geese are just one breed of water fowl which are on display in the Fur and Feather barns during Quesnel Fall Fair.

Thomas Christen’s Fall Fair plate is full

Thomas has taken on both the Fur and Feather show and display and the activities and displays in the Agriplex

Geese are just one breed of water fowl which are on display in the Fur and Feather barns during Quesnel Fall Fair.

Obstruction of Justice

Ray Michalko's book on the Highway of Tears unsolved mysteries

Rotary District Governor Lyn Stroshin awards Grace Gunnarson her Exchange Jacket.

Bound for France

Grace Gunnarson takes up her International Rotary Exchange

Rotary District Governor Lyn Stroshin awards Grace Gunnarson her Exchange Jacket.