Sunday, April 1, 2018

Free Disposal Day - April 29th







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April 29th is free disposal day at the Lac Le Jeune transfer station.

Residents may bring ONE FREE LOAD PER HOUSEHOLD to their local Eco-Depot or Transfer Station on event day. One load is defined as a maximum of one 8 foot pick-up truck box OR one 8’ foot trailer. Residents can save money on materials normally charged disposal fees for such as cooling appliances, tires on rim, mattresses, furniture, demolition/construction waste, wood waste, roofing shingles, and household garbage.


Monday, March 19, 2018

Please pick up!


Have you heard about stools to fuels -- street lamps that run on doggie poo? Unfortunately, we don't have them here! And now that the snow is beginning to melt we're noticing the problem of not picking up after dogs is worse than ever. 

Please prevent this accumulation from ever happening by promptly dealing with dog waste. It's especially important to pick up after your dog near the lake. Your neighbours will also appreciate your efforts on or around their property. Bonus: If you're walking on Lac Le Jeune Road we even have free bags and drop off service.


Sunday, March 11, 2018

Winter reading



The Thompson-Nicola Regional District Library System recently donated another box of excellent books, including several for young readers. This is a regular occurrence thanks to Coleen Krawchuck who has been coordinating these contributions to our Little Free Library.

Added bonus: you don't need to climb over a snowbank to get yourself a book. The snow shovel, located behind the library, has been put to good use this winter! 

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Need help with snow removal?

Photo by Bob Canning on Unsplash
In response to the call for help with snow removal we have people locally you can call:

Avi Falcon 778-257-1051
Gary Wright 250-319-4530


Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Lac Le Jeune Lodge - circa 1960

Photo courtesy of Kamloops History Community, posted here with permission

Does anyone remember when the Lac Le Jeune lodge looked like this?

This photo from the 1960s was posted to the Kamloops History Community in Facebook. People in that group reminisced about the drive on a long gravel road to come to Lac Le Jeune for all the reasons we still enjoy this area today. Well, except there was downhill skiing back then!

This lodge was torn down and the current lodge built in a different location.

~posted by Sylvia Currie~


Sunday, December 3, 2017

The Stomp Is Back!


Do you love mountain biking? This is BIG news!

After a 17-year hiatus, the Stomp Classic at the Stake Lake trails is back! Register now for the July 7th/8th race.

There are many race options to accommodate all levels:

  1. A 60km XC Mountain Bike Marathon, which includes an epic single track section and technical features you will not find elsewhere
  2. The 20km “Mediator” race 
  3. 12km “Just GO For It” loop 
  4. The 10km “Junior Trail” race 
  5. A 1.5km “Little Bikers” event
Check out the trail map

Wanted: Snow Removal Help

Several Lac Le Jeune residents are seeking help with snow removal this winter. Are you looking for some extra income and available to work on an on call basis? Leave a comment, or email hughlejeune@gmail.com

  Austin shoveling snow.

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Early registration for ski trail pass

Tracks
Photo by Alan Richards
Now is the time to purchase your 2017-2018 season ski pass at Stake Lake trails. Prices go up November 15th.

What do you get with a season pass? Unlimited access to:

60 km of scenic, expertly groomed skate and classic trails
5 km of dedicated dog-friendly trails
12 km of snowshoe trails
Head to the Overlander Ski club website for details and to purchase your pass!

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Lac Le Jeune Winter Party

UPDATE December 6th: We have 87 LLJ residents signed up for the party so far!
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You're invited! Let's get together for a party!

WHEN: December 9, 2017 - starting at 5:30
WHERE: Lac Le Jeune Wilderness Resort

Bring your own wine or other beverages of choice. Food will be catered. That's right -- no cooking or cleaning up, just socializing and celebrating! We anticipate the cost for appetizers and rental of the facility will be approximately $15 per person.

Are you in? Please complete this form so we can anticipate numbers. Thank you to Tracy Wright for coordinating this gathering!


Thursday, October 19, 2017

Brenda Louise Phillips

Copied from Kamloops This Week


It is with profound sorrow that the family announces the passing of Brenda Louise Phillips on October 3, 2017 at Marjorie Willoughby Hospice. 

Brenda was born in Rossland, BC but spent most of her youth in Kamloops. She graduated from Kam High and the University of Victoria. Brenda was employed by HSBC International in Canada and several other countries. She lived and travelled extensively through Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Recently Brenda was employed at Thompson Regional Division of Family Practice in Kamloops. Brenda treasured her family time, particularly artistic pursuits with Isabel. 

She will be remembered for her strength, kindness, generosity and unconditional love by her husband Hussain, daughter Isabel, sister Corinne (Allan), nephew Ethan Schock, parents Jim and Carolyn Phillips, aunt Betty (Ray) Harding, uncle Tom (Teresa) Johnsen, of Duncan, BC and cousins Lori Moo and David Phillips, of Washington, USA.

There will be no service. 

In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated to www.braintumour.ca - Donate Designation: Research. Comment: Glioblastoma. Memory of: Brenda Phillips

Condolences can be expressed at: rememberbrenda2017@gmail.com

Schoening Funeral Service 250-374-1454




A personal note:

I heard about Brenda long before I met her -- great stories about her international adventures and love of animals. Many of us will remember how she gave Phantom, a dog from Turkey, a new lease on life.

One summer during one of Brenda's visits to Lac Le Jeune, a group of us went on a bike ride to Ross Moore Lake. There is one stretch on the final descent toward the lake that is rocky and steep; many riders choose to dismount and walk. Not Brenda. She rode over those rocks like a pro. Later when we stopped for a break she explained that a good dental plan was factored into that decision. :)

We crossed paths a few times over the years -- gathering around her kitchen table with fresh-baked cookies to talk about website design, her parents 50th wedding anniversary party, and just smiling and waving across Lookout Road.

I knew I'd like Brenda before I met her, and now I know I'll miss her. xo

~Sylvia~