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The Club was registered under the Society Act on March 17, 1992.  Bookkeeping began for the club in September, 1987. That year Jackrabbits (youth lessons) commenced.  Log sales (trail clearing) were the first significant income. In 1994-95 a shelter (a donated pre-fab.) was hauled in, set up and serviced for electrical. During the next winter, 1995/96, the club gained another milestone: the lighting of two trail loops was completed. All along, trail signage and other improvements were happening. Williams Lake hosted the 2002 Winter Games, and events were held at the Bull Mountain Ski Trails.  At that time, a timing hut was installed, and new trails were opened. During the winter season of 2002-2003 the BC Midget Championships were the big event at Bull Mountain. Today, the Jackrabbit program continues to run, and youth programs have expanded to include a racing team and a ski school program.  The trails are now groomed for both classic and skate skiing, and snowshoe trails were added in 2016.  Yearly events include the Family Fun Day and the elementary ski school races. The club continues to depend on the volunteer efforts of its members and appreciates the support of several Williams Lake businesses and organizations.
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