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Volunteering in Logan Lake

The District of Logan Lake is supported by a number of volunteer organizations which fill community needs.  These volunteer organizations work hard to deliver services that enhance the heart and spirit of the community.

To learn more about these organizations, access their services or volunteer to assist the, contact information is provided here.

To have your organization added to this list, please contact the District of Logan Lake.

Volunteer Groups




Alcoholics Anonymous



Bike Park Group



Citizens on Patrol


Meet the 1st Tuesday of the Month at 7:00 pm in the Fire Hall

COP is looking for Volunteers as well as Speed Watch Programs.  Please see the documents below:

Contact List

COP Volunteer Position Description

COP Code of Conduct

COP Volunteer Registration Form


Copper Valley Quilt Guild


523.6979  CV Quilt Guild


Dwindle Down Weight Loss Club


Weight Loss Support Group - Every Wednesday at the Health Centre at 9:30 am


Girl Guides of Canada - Logan Lake

Karley Millhouse  250.319.5875  email:

Mailing:  PO Box 1205, Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0


High Country Rock Hound Club



Highland Valley Amateur Radio Group

523.9339    HV Amateur Radio Group

This is a group of area Ham Radio Operators that meet every Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. at the Old Village Cafe to discuss many items and plan for up coming Communication Events. The Group is the Core for Communications in the Logan Lake Search & Rescue Society and the Logan Lake Municipal Emergency Program. In the past, the Group has used their skills in Communicating for SAR, Triathlons, ATV Poker Runs, Snow Mobile Races and Annual Rainbow Endurance Races. Most of the Group are members of the Kamloops Amateur Radio Club, The Thompson River Amateur Radio Society, Radio Amateur Canada and the American Radio Relay League. Our Local Area repeater will be re-installed on South Forge Mountain in the summer of 2011.  Look for it - VE7LGN - 147.100+.  We also have an IRLP Node - #1958 in town on 146.58 Simplex, and an APRS Node on South Forge. The Group is available for handling Communications in Various Events.

For further info contact Fred at 250-523-9339 or


Highland Valley Outdoor Association

250.819.2449  Peter Martell   

250.523.6688  C. Weir

250.319.5875  Karley Millhouse  email:

Mailing: Box 415, Logan Lake, BC  V0K 1W0

Club since 1976.

36 km of All-Season RecreationTrails (2 km lit for night time), groomed and maintained by our members,

Lake Committee members monitor both Fish Stock and Ph levels working with Provincial Ministries.  Also maintain and run the Spawning Channel,

Gun Range maintained by members for the community to have a safe place to test their firearms,

Annual Banquet held at the Black Bull Pub in March/April, raffle, draws and door prizes,

Sheep Count is the first Sunday in April.  Hike down the hills to Savona to count sheep and other wildlife.  BBQ and refreshment supplied,

Annual BBQ is in June.  It is a Potluck BBQ and lake clean up.  All members and guests welcome,

General meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Senior's Centre at 7:30 pm




Emotional support for terminally ill or recently bereaved and their families.


Logan Lake Arts Council


250.523.6446     LL Arts Council   or   Alternate

Logan Lake Arts Council meets as needed.

Other umbrella groups are:

- Copper Valley Quilters Guild meet the 2nd Tuesday of every month (except July and August) at 7:00 pm at the Logan Lake Elementary School

   FMI: 523-6979

- Wednesday Quilters meet Every Wednesday at 9:00 am at the Logan Lake Elememtary School  FMI: 523-6979

- Logan Lake Stitchers meet Every Thursday at 9:00 am at the Logan Lake Elememtary School FMI: 523-6505

- Hairy Potters meet every Monday and Tuesday from 12:30 pm - 4:30pm at the Logan Lake Elementary School FMI: 523-6946


Logan Lake Athletic Club

 250.320.3081  email:

350.318.1410  email:

 Power lifting, weight training, from beginners to advanced lifters.


Logan Lake ATV Club

 523.9729  Brian


Logan Lake Cancer Support Group



Logan Lake Crafts Club Society


Pam Hulsman, Chair


Logan Lake Curling Club

 778-338-2444  or  Alex

 Ladies, Mens and Mixed fun leagues.


Logan Lake Dart Club


 Drop in darts from September to April, every Thursday evening with registration from 7 - 7:30 pm.  Summer schedule: Saturday register at 12:30 pm at Pick & Shovel Pub.


Logan Lake Lions Club

250.523.9910  Joan (P)

250.320.5614  Lawrence (VP)

Fundraising Event - Pet Value Walk for Dog Guides in May

The Logan Lake Buz


Logan Lake Minor Hockey

 250-320-3597  Tristan Harpe

 Providing fun and skills for hockey at all levels. For more information please visit


Logan Lake Oldtimer's Hockey

 250-319-0865  Dave

 October to March  9:00 pm at the Recreation Centre.  Also email Dave Prentice at


Logan Lake Ranch & Country Club




Logan Lake Search & Rescue

 Romain Chappaz (P)

Stewart Lumgair (VP)

Email at or visit


Logan Lake Senior's Society

 523.6206 or

The Logan Lake Seniors' Society has 165+ members.  Members come into the Centre for morning coffee and a visit Monday - Friday.  We hold a bingo every Friday afternoon.  Carpet bowling and crib games are scheduled in the fall and continue until spring.  Craft sales, flea markets, and bake sales are held occasionally throughout the year.  The Centre also has potluck dinners which is enjoyed by everyone.  New members are always welcome and membership is $10.00 for the year.  For inquiries please contact Dan Bell at 523-6206 or email at  LL Seniors



 Logan Lake Wellness, Health &  Youth Society



The WHY is a non-profit, charitable organization that strives to meet various needs of our community.  We operate with a large volunteer base.  Some of the services we provide are: fitness classes, rehab and cardio support, office and computer services, and various other programming.  As well, we offer Outreach, Hospice, Grief Support, Medical Transportation, Welcome Committee, to name a few.  At this time we are looking for more volunteers in the Outreach Medical Transportation and Welcome Committee areas. or email at


Meadow Creek Golf Club

 523.6666 email to

 Nine-hole Golf Course


Southern Interior Bluebird Trail Society


Logan Lake Branch Contact


TOPS BC #3266



 Take Off Pounds Sensibly - Food Bank meeting room at 8:45 - 10:00 am


TV Society


 Email to



Western Pond Hockey Classic


Organizes the Western Pond Hockey Classic each year in January.  You may email your inquiries to or WCPH

District of Logan Lake
#1 Opal Drive, PO Box 190
Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0
P: 250-523-6225
F: 250-523-6678