What was your favourite part of your holiday break?

A weekly streeter from the 100 Mile Free Press

Mia Weir

100 Mile House

“The best part was where my whole family came up and just went on a big walk together. It was really fun. They came from all over B.C.”

Alex Seiler

100 Mile House

“Supper at Christmas Eve because my family and I have a tradition of buns, cold cuts, cheeses and a bunch of appetizers. It’s just really fun.”

Emma Findlay

Horse Lake

“My favourite part of my holidays was definitely spending a lot of time with my family. When my parents weren’t working we would go to the park or just went out shopping. It was a lot of fun hanging out with them.”

Katrina Hansen

Lone Butte

“Spending time with my family and rehearsing with the cast [of PSO’s Rumors]”


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