Left to Right: Maria Riske

Still running

Mrs. Lil Willick, who will be turning 80 years old this June, did the Sun Run 2011, a 10 km run or walk in Vancouver, along with 11 participants of Team Fort St. James 2011, a family team in April 17, 2011.

 

Left to Right: Maria Riske, Carole Kirkaldy, Danny Willick, Mrs. Lil Willick, Arlene Willick, Linda Willick Dahl, Ronnie Willick, Morgan Hatch, Alan Willick, Ralph Willick, Marty Willick, and missing is Melissa Willick Hoy. Mrs. Lil Willick, who will be turning 80 years old this June, did the Sun Run 2011, a 10 km run or walk in Vancouver, along with 11 participants of Team Fort St. James 2011, a family team in April 17, 2011. In 1953 Mrs. Lil Willick and her husband Al Willick were married then and raised their nine children in Fort St. James. Twenty years ago both moved out of the Fort but five of their children still reside here. Five out of nine of Lil Willick’s children joined her in the challenge.

 

 

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