Friday, December 20, 2013

TRU Animal Health Technology Pets


We still have 2 dogs and 6 cats that we are trying to find homes for here at Animal Health Technology. We would like to get them settled in their new homes by the end of December.

If you are interested in adopting a cat or dog from the AHT Program please call 250-828-5174 to make an appointment to view the available animals. We are here over Christmas and will be checking the voice mail regularly. You can also e-mail or call me directly. You can also check out our pet adoption website at for more information on the available animals.

All animals have been spayed /neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, tattooed and dewormed. The current adoption fee is $75.00.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Sonia Walczak
RAHT Instructor
Animal Health Technology
Thompson Rivers University
ph: (250) 377-6079 e-mail:

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Hold the date!

Photo from Lac Le Jeune Wilderness Resort Gallery
It's a dinner party! Mark this date on your calendars: Saturday, February 22, 2014

We're still working on the details, but this is what you can count on:

  • Excellent Greek food
  • Good price! We'll be selling dinner tickets in advance to know how many will be attending
  • An opportunity to socialize with your friends and neighbours, and meet new people

Thanks to Charlene from Lac Le Jeune Wilderness Resort for making this happen!

David Wyse and Sylvia Currie
Self appointed Lac Le Jeune Conservation Association Social Committee

Citizen on Patrol

Lac le Jeune is now a Citizen on Patrol community.  Residents may see C.O.P. representatives driving or walking in the neighborhood, identifiable by decals on the car & fluorescent jackets.  We are public relation ambassadors, as much as anything and will stop to chat with residents and visitors in the area, just to make sure all is well.

A few reminders to residents:

Please remember to lock your cars whereever you are and do not leave any items on the seats. Thieves have been known to take knapsacks, emergency supplies and even garbage. This is especially important at this time of year,  thieves are on the look out for Christmas shoppers.  

Please do not park vehicles on the street:
1) for the snow plow, and
2) a vehicle on the street is fairly far away from your home, and due to our long driveways, you may not notice if a prowler is around.

Please consider letting the RCMP office in Logan Lake 250-523-6222 know if you are going to be away for a winter holiday. They will try to make a few extra patrols, as well as your C.O.P. representatives.

submitted by Colleen Krawchuk & Carolyn Chandler

Friday, December 6, 2013

Allan Thain

Passing of Allan Thain

It is with sadness that we share with you the passing of Allan Thain, husband of Corporal Kat Thain O.I.C. of the Logan Lake RCMP Detachment. Allan passed away peacefully in his sleep on Tuesday night, Dec. 3rd. Kat has endeared herself to the Lac Le Jeune community in her short time here and our thoughts are with her at this time. No further details are available at this time.

(submitted by Charlie Fox)