2018 Donations

2018 Donations – This list shows last years donations and is a fairly good reflection of what we hope to receive in 2019. This list also reflects the widespread community support that the Gavin Lake Forest Education Society enjoys.

-Funding specifically for grade 6 school program:

-Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society -$4000 ($3000 was in-kind instructors)

-School District #27 – $3500 bussing credit

-Williams Lake lionesses -$1200

-Williams Lake Lions Club -$1200

-Williams Lake Knights of Columbus -$900

-Quesnel Knights of Columbus -$1300

-Association of BC professional foresters (Forestrust) -$4000

-Provincial Employees Community Fund – $606

-Atlantic Power – $1000

-BC Interior Communities Foundation – $600

-Williams Lake Royal Canadian Legion – $500

-100 Mile Development Corporation – $2500

-Williams Lake Canadian Royal Purple – $1000

-Medieval Market volunteers -$1000

-Cariboo Small Scale Harvesters – $300

-Vince Aubichon and Becky Cadsand -$750

 

General Funding:

-Cariboo Woodlot Education Society -$20,000

-West Fraser Mills -$6000

-Tolko Industries -$4000

-Canadian Red Cross -$14,250

-Williams Lake Loghaulers -$5000

Infrastructure:

-Moss Rock Park Foundation – $70,000

-Cariboo Woodlot Education Society -$60,000

 

 

Note: this list includes money received in late 2017 for 2018 school program so will differ slightly from our official donations for the 2018 fiscal year.

2017 Camp Donations

2017 Donations – This list shows last years donations and is a fairly good reflection of what we hope to receive in 2018. This list also reflects the widespread community support that the Gavin Lake Forest Education Society enjoys.

-Funding specifically for grade 6 school program:

-Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society -$4000 ($3000 was in-kind instructors)

-School District #27 – $3500 bussing credit

-Williams lake Loghaulers Association -$1000

-Williams Lake lionesses -$1200

-Williams Lake Lions Club -$1200

-Williams Lake Knights of Columbus -$900

-Quesnel Knights of Columbus -$1500

-BC Hydro -$6000

-Provincial Employees Community Fund – $47

-Atlantic Power – $1000

-Recreation Foundation of BC  – $4500

-Mark and Carmen Tamas (woodlot W1579) -$3125

-Williams Lake Royal Canadian Legion – $500

-100 Mile Development Corporation – $500

-Williams Lake Stampede assoc -$3664

-100 Mile Lions Society -$250

-Kylar enterprises -$1896

 

General Funding:

-Cariboo Woodlot Education Society -$20,000

-West Fraser Mills -$6000

-Tolko Industries -$4000

-Norbord Ind. -$1500

-West Fraser Truckers association -$5000

Infrastructure:

-Moss Rock Park Foundation – $10,000

-Quesnel Rotary Club – $ 5000

-Foord Foundation -$4000

-Windsor Plywood – $1000 (store credit)

2016 Camp Donations

Funding specifically for grade 6 school program:       

This list shows last year’s donations and is a fairly good reflection of what we hope to receive in 2017. The list also reflects the widespread community support that the Gavin Lake Forest Education Society enjoys. Thanks everyone!

  •      Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society -$4100 ($500 sourced from Telus)
  •      School District #27 – $3500 busing credit
  •      Williams lake Loghaulers’ Association -$5000
  •      Williams Lake lionesses -$1200
  •      Williams Lake Lions Club -$1200
  •      Williams Lake Knights of Columbus -$555
  •      Quesnel Knights of Columbus -$1500
  •      BC Hydro -$3000
  •      Provincial Employees Community Fund – $708
  •      Atlantic Power – $500
  •      Chris Spencer Foundation  – $5000
  •      Soda Creek Indian Band -$600
  •      Williams Lake Royal Canadian Legion – $500
  •      The Hamber Foundation – $1500
  •      TD Friends of the Environment Foundation – $4800
  •      Cariboo Small Scale Harvesters – $300

General Funding:

  •    Cariboo Woodlot Education Society -$20,000
  •    West Fraser Mills -$6000
  •    Tolko Industries -$4000
  •    Norbord Ind. -$1000

Infrastructure:

  •  Moss Rock Park Foundation – $10,000
  •  Quesnel Community Foundation – $2000
  •  Tolko Mills –in-kind lumber – $1344
  •  West Fraser Mills – in-kind plywood $1226
  •  Williams Lake Daybreak Rotary Club – $800

Gavin Lake 2015 Camp Donations

2015 Donations – This list shows last year’s donations and is a fairly good reflection of what we hope to receive in 2016. This list also reflects the widespread community support that the Gavin Lake Forest Education Society enjoys.

Funding specifically for grade 6 school program:

-Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society -$4000
-School District #27 – $3500 busing credit
-Williams lake Loghaulers Association -$2500
-Williams Lake lionesses -$1200
-Williams Lake Lions Club -$1200
-Williams Lake Knights of Columbus -$300
-Quesnel Knights of Columbus -$3000
-BC Hydro -$4000
-Riverside Truckers Association – $1000
-Provincial Employees Community Fund – $1347
-Atlantic Power – $500
-Recreation Foundation of BC – $2500

General Funding:
-Cariboo Woodlot Education Society -$20,000
-West Fraser Truckers Association -$7500
-West Fraser Mills -$6000
-Tolko Industries -$4000
-Ainsworth Lumber -$1000

Infrastructure:
-Moss Rock Park Foundation – $10,000
-Tolko Mills –in-kind lumber – $500
-West Fraser Mills – lumber and supplies – $600
-Williams Lake Rotary Club – $7215
– Williams Lake Daybreak Rotary -$900
-Cariboo Regional District Grant in Aid – $4000

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New footbridge affords nature-viewing opportunities

New footbridge affords nature-viewing opportunities

The footbridge, linking the south and north shores of Gavin Lake, has a clearance that is high enough to allow passage for paddlers exploring the marsh.

GLFES 2013 Directors welcome new member, cabins

Cheers to the GLFES Directors of 2013, shown here, in front of the recently completed Viksten House! Also, a warm welcome to new director Heather Gorrell.

Cheers to the GLFES Directors of 2013, shown here, in front of the recently completed Viksten House! Also, a warm welcome to new director Heather Gorrell.

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Spring Skiing at Gavin Lake

Spring Skiing at Gavin Lake

Excellent cross-country skiing conditions currently out at Gavin Lake. All that rain that fell in town recently, fell as snow up at camp!