Kettle River Echo: February 2024

The February 2024 Kettle River Echo is now online to read. This issue features a summary of the H.M.S. Pinafore, a fabulous play presented by the Senior Musical Theatre Class at BCSS, an article about the Big White Mountain Community Development Association Refundables Program and how they benefit the community in many ways, another fascinating ‘Just Chat’ by Liz Bryan, and ‘The Busiest Ghost Town of the Boundary’ by Vic Boychuk.

You will also find an article on the new RDKB Program: RDKB HomeSmart, the latest RDKB Highlights as well as a super article by Kristina Anderson about the Boundary Integrated Watershed. There are puzzles, the super calendar and much more to read. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers for putting another great Newsletter together. Remember, if you want to get the newsletter into your mailbox and live in the West Boundary, ask your post office person to select ‘receive ad mail’ for your post office box.

To read the February 2024 Kettle River Echo in its entirety, click here.