CCLF will be having a Saturday service

Community news happening around the 108 Mile Ranch

“Changes in the wind” is what Pastor Rick Barker calls the response to the extra Saturday service that is starting on Sept. 24 at 5:30 p.m.

The Cariboo Christian Life Fellowship (CCLF) church at the 108 Mile Ranch is growing and the two existing services on Sundays at 9:30 and 11 a.m. are almost at full capacity.

The growth in the church is the result of the hard work by Pastor Barker and his support team.

I am looking forward to seeing you on Sept. 24 at 5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited.


Mile 108 School

School will be reopening on Sept. 7, which means students and school buses will be back on the roads, so be careful and watch out for the many students.

Parking is restrictive at the school, so give the buses a lot of room to turn, etc.

Each day the daylight hours shrink a little more, so it won’t be long before it becomes more difficult to see the students as they mill around their bus stops, so be careful.


Most of the potholes have been repaired, but there are many areas where the road is in poor condition and many of the repairs will fall out this winter due to ice and snow plowing.

I’m surprised there has been no communication from the 108 Mile Ranch Community Association and the Cariboo Regional District to the 108 residents concerning the anticipated future of the roads.


• Keep those dogs under control at all times and stop the barking disturbance.

• On Oct. 1, the 108 is having its second Oktoberfest at the 108 Mile Community Hall. There will be live music, German beverages, German food, and many games.



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