Kay Knox

In mid-August sunshine

Trekking Tales: North to Alaska, part two

Travelling west to travel north on our way to Alaska

In mid-August sunshine

Trekking Tales: North to Alaska, part one

Before starting out, we told anyone who would listen: “We’re going north.”

Hazel Wadlegger has her pinkie painted for Polio immunization while attending the Rotary convention for District 5060 held in Yakima

Trying to rid the world of polio

Clearwater will have generated anti-polio vaccine for 1,000 children.

Hazel Wadlegger has her pinkie painted for Polio immunization while attending the Rotary convention for District 5060 held in Yakima
Members of the Canfor team show off the extraterrestrial costumes they used to intimidate the opposition and win the Raise-a-Reader spelling bee held on Wednesday

Spelling bee raises funds for Raise-a-Reader campaign

Say, “Adult spelling bee as a fund-raiser” and eyebrows turn into question marks

Members of the Canfor team show off the extraterrestrial costumes they used to intimidate the opposition and win the Raise-a-Reader spelling bee held on Wednesday
On Oct. 24

Helping end polio

The money pays for vaccination in parts of the Middle East and Africa

On Oct. 24

Trekking Tales: Flyng high, part two

Comparing notes in July, 2014 of our experiences back then, I quickly discovered how vastly different our memories of those times are

Flying High: Part 2

Reunion in Ottawa brings many happy memories of the Northwest Territories

TREKKING TALES: Flyng high, part one

Leaving Clearwater before 4 a.m. would bring me into Ottawa in mid-afternoon

Opportunity to become a Rotary exchange student

An initial application form needs to be given to Sherry at Interior Savings Credit Union no later than Tuesday, Oct. 14

Good Ole Girl Guiders: Pretend we can still do it

A favourite saying of us “Good Ole Girl Guiders” who get together each year is:

Trekking Tales: Lots out there to enchant

Once upon a time I was a real hiker, swinging along with a loaded backpack for overnight or week-long camps

Kay Knox writes Trekking Tales for the Clearwater Times.

Behind the scenes, 200 Trekking Tales later, part 2

Now, when I press “Send” and see this Trekking Talk disappear from my screen, I’ll be able to picture what happens

Kay Knox writes Trekking Tales for the Clearwater Times.
Kay Knox

Trekking Tales: Behind the Scenes – Part one

I realized I had no idea what had happened to each of those 200 Trekking Tales once I pressed “Send” on the computer

Kay Knox
Participants in a Girl Guide camp held at Dutch Lake Resort over the weekend practice their paddling technique. Pictured are (l-r) Bay-lea Hedland

Girl Guides, Brownies and Sparks enjoy camp at Dutch Lake

A total of 22 take part in year-end event in Clearwater

Participants in a Girl Guide camp held at Dutch Lake Resort over the weekend practice their paddling technique. Pictured are (l-r) Bay-lea Hedland

Trekking Tales: Australian trip, part 5

Time in a more natural setting in my native land is also good for the soul

(L-r) Clearwater Rotary Club members Kay Knox and Hazel Wadlegger

Attending a Rotary convention in USA

Yakima is about as far south as cross-border District 5060 extends

(L-r) Clearwater Rotary Club members Kay Knox and Hazel Wadlegger

Trekking Tales:Finagling with Family – Australian trip Part 4

Many not-at-all-serious moments occurred when John and I were with my family and our friends in Queensland recently

Trekking Tales: Not quite the same – Australian trip, Part 2

Our thermometer had read -27°C on the morning of Feb. 7, the day we left Clearwater, but it was + 27° when we arrived in Queensland

Trekking Tales: Hellos and goodbyes – Australian trip, Part 1

Thirty-two family members gathered for Family Day in Australia

A lonely-looking Rotary Richard gazes out across the ice of Dutch Lake last week. People are invited to guess when the ice will leave the lake

Rotary club volunteers work to improve their community

Clearwater Rotary consists of 20-plus volunteers of all ages: community leaders, business owners and retirees

A lonely-looking Rotary Richard gazes out across the ice of Dutch Lake last week. People are invited to guess when the ice will leave the lake