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The 100 Mile Juvenile Boys curling team is off to provincials in Prince George today (March 6). Chance Bourassa, Mathew Nielsen, Michael Nielsen, Ethan Sikiric and Christian Taylor will represent Zone 8 among teams competing from all the zones across British Columbia. Coach Maxine Todhunter says the boys are excited about the opportunity to go to provincials, and she is confident they’ll play well. The Juvenile age group is 11-16 years old.


An exercise class designed for, but not limited to, visually impaired seniors is being held Wednesdays at Creekside Seniors Activity Centre at 2 p.m.

Visually impaired participants are required to pay an annual membership fee of $15 with BC Blind Sports, while sighted participants are also welcome for an annual membership of $5.

For more information, contact Lori Fry at 250-395-2452.


South Cariboo Minor Softball president Kari Edle says registration is slow coming in, with about 50 total registrations to date.

The registration cut-off day is March 30. People can still register at the Canlan office at the South Cariboo Rec. Centre (SCRC), Exeter Sporting Goods and Jeans Place.

Practices are held at the ball fields behind the SCRC, starting April 30.

100 Mile House Free Press