Leo Rankin

Williams Lake’s Angela Forseille (from left), Jim Lessard and Leo Rankin (right), and Big Lake’s Bryan Chubb recently competed at the World Rogaining Championship.

Lakecity teams compete at orienteering world championships

Williams Lake teams walked, ran, stumbled and sometimes seemed to crawl for 24 hours during the World Rogaining Championship.

Williams Lake’s Angela Forseille (from left), Jim Lessard and Leo Rankin (right), and Big Lake’s Bryan Chubb recently competed at the World Rogaining Championship.
Williams Lake Pipe Band members John Visentin (left) and Bryan Underwood, participants in the third annual ALS Walk make their way through Boitanio Park.

Supporters rally behind ALS Walk

The third annual Williams Lake Walk for ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) took place recently in Boitanio Park.

Williams Lake Pipe Band members John Visentin (left) and Bryan Underwood, participants in the third annual ALS Walk make their way through Boitanio Park.
Leo Rankin will run an individual marathon on June 7 starting at noon in Boitanio Park to help raise money for the ‘Walk for ALS.’

Rankin to run Walk for ALS marathon

I am going to run an individual marathon on June 7 starting at noon in Boitanio Park to help raise money for the ‘Walk for ALS.’

Leo Rankin will run an individual marathon on June 7 starting at noon in Boitanio Park to help raise money for the ‘Walk for ALS.’
Williams Lake resident Leo Rankin will be running a marathon Saturday in support of ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Rankin will be running around the track at Williams Lake Secondary School, and is inviting people in the community to come run a few laps with him, or to cheer him on.

Rankin running marathon for ALS

Team Rankin was formed to honour the memory of my brother, Ron Rankin, who was carried off by ALS three years ago.

Williams Lake resident Leo Rankin will be running a marathon Saturday in support of ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Rankin will be running around the track at Williams Lake Secondary School, and is inviting people in the community to come run a few laps with him, or to cheer him on.
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