December 2018 Williams Lake Stampede Association Newsletter

WLSA December Newsletter

Happy Holidays from the Board of the Williams Lake Stampede Association! You can read our December Newsletter here - download (PDF, 14 MB).

2018 Williams Lake Chamber of Commerce - Tourism Excellence Award Recipient

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The Williams Lake Stampede Association was recognized at the 2018 Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards with the Tourism Excellence Award! Our Board of Directors, Volunteers, and Sponsors are all to thank for their continued dedication and commitment to the success of the Williams Lake Stampede event. A big “thank you” to the Williams Lake Chamber of Commerce and to our community for this nomination!

Fall 2018 Williams Lake Stampede Association Newsletter

NEW! We are happy to share with you our good news stories at the Association and information items of interest in our first Fall Stampede Newsletter - download (PDF, 7.41 MB) and enjoy here!


2018 Stampede Poster "It's Rodeo Time"

Our successful 2018 Stampede poster offering was submitted by Marlene Pegg.  "It's Rodeo Time" puts a focus on our animal athletes that compete alongside our rodeo competitors at our event.  For the full story on our 2018 poster, be sure to pick up your copy of our Stampede Guide in late May!

The C-Plus Rodeo Company has put together a great group of smart, athletic and schooled broncs. These performers love what they do. They have a purpose in life which cultivate and nurture a healthy mind having a place in life.

Alamo, Sundance Kid and Insomnia are among the many that run up the alleys of our rodeo grounds with players pride. Just to hear and see them coming down the alley towards the chutes is so electrifying, just do not get in their way as they are on their way to the greatest western event.

Rodeo is part of our history that means a lot to us. It keeps fine tuning talent on both sides. Also, keeps us connected to our western roots and way of life. It makes me proud to say I am part of a style of life that is intrenched in fellowship, outdoor living, great morals and the western way of living. Horses help us keep it real and for this I am truly thankful.

We are all lucky to have the Williams Lake Stampede Association that helps make this all possible.

-Marlene Pegg

2018 Volunteer of the Year + Lifetime Member of the WLSA - Announcement

Read the stories of our recognized Volunteers of the Year and Lifetime Member for 2018.