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AND THE WINNER IS

Posted on: March 16, 2019  |  

Ron & Leona Klassen of Brereton Lake won the Early Bird Membership Draw for two (2) front row, center ice (right behind the opposition bench) JETS tickets to the March 28th game vs the New York Islanders. Thanks for your early membership Leona and Ron and we hope you enjoy the game.

If you haven’t already, take out your full WCA membership today for only $35/year.  Consider a multi year membership and save yourself money and time. Please encourage family members to purchase associate memberships – it strengthens your association and cost only $20/year. Associate members will receive news and exclusive website content including the electronic version of Whiteshell Echo. THEY  ALSO QUALIFY FOR THE WCA MEMBER DISCOUNTS.  One discounted purchase from our lineup of participating retailers can more than pay for a membership fee! Click the yellow bar on our home page for a complete listing.

For full membership and associate membership register online at or print and mail in the form or use the one found in the Echo. THERE IS STRENGTH IN NUMBERS FOR ALL THE INITIATIVES YOUR WCA IS PURSUING  ON YOUR BEHALF.

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