The annual Green Lake Snowmobile Club (GLSC) wind-up was held at the clubhouse on March 14.
The 62-pound pig was put on the spit at 7 a.m., and 11 hours later, 64 people gathered for a wonderful potluck and pig roast dinner. Many helping hands made it a great evening and community event, says event key organizer Diane Sullivan.
There were raffle prizes, a silent auction, and a 50/50 draw to help cover the cost of the event.
Longtime South Green Lake resident Mike Balachanoff passed away suddenly in the Lake Havasu Hospital in Lake Havasu City, Arizona on March 6.
Mike was a member of both the GLSC and the South Green Lake Volunteer Fire Department and he will be missed by everyone.
The community sends its thoughts and prayers to Mike’s wife, Sherry, family and friends.
Judy Clarkson, who worked at the 70 Mile landfill for several years, passed away at 100 Mile District General Hospital on March 18 after a brave battle against cancer.
She was well-known and liked in 70 Mile House and the surrounding communities. A service will be held at 70 Mile Community Hall on March 28, starting a 2 p.m., and everyone is welcome to attend.
The snowmobile club’s annual general meeting was held at the clubhouse on March 2, and saw a change in the executive.
Longtime president Peter McKie stepped down so he could concentrate his volunteer hours on the fire department, and he will be the past president.
John Sullivan has taken over as president and he will be helped by vice-president Art Groves, treasurer Rita Dixon, secretary Lorrie Fleming and membership registrar Kim Lowe.
Directors include Miriam Livingston, Pat Olsoff, Steve Gehl and Warren Lowe.
• Don Campbell, who has been a longtime volunteer firefighter and snowmobile club member, was given a surprise going-away party on Feb. 28. A large crowd turned out to say goodbye to a good friend.
• South Green residents Rita and Frank Dixon will celebrate their 50th anniversary on April 14.