What’s New: October Kettle River Echo is now online to read

Another great edition of the Kettle River Echo is now online to read.  It is available in your mailbox if you accept unaddressed ad mail, or can be picked up at several spots in the West Boundary communities. This month’s Echo has information about the development of the Spray Park in Midway, various school reports, a summary of Octoberfest, a report from the Boundary Invasive Species Society, the Season of Remembrance and an article on the Gold Rush in BC.  There are also articles about Seniors Being Seen, Midway Community Garden Wrap Up, Food Security in the Boundary, various puzzles and games as well as information on the Kettle Valley Trail – Trans Canada Trail contest.

To read the issue in its entirety, click here.