2021 LIGHT UP THE 108!

House with Christmas display

A lot of very creative people live in the 108 as evidenced by the multitude of amazing Christmas light displays! Click here to view the 100 Mile Free Press article and photos of the Light Up the 108 contest winners!

  • 1st Place – 4745 Kitwanga Dr. with the prize being a heater fan donated by 108 Building Supplies
  • 2nd Place – 4909 Telqua Dr. with the prize being 2 rounds of golf with a cart donated by 108 Golf Course
  • 3rd Place – 5370 Annaham Cres with the prize being 2 rounds of golf with a cart donated by 108 Golf Course
  • 4th Place – 4766 Kitwanga Dr. with the prize being a $50 Gift Card from the Rolling Hills Pizzeria
  • 5th Place – 4883 Tattersfield Place with the prize being a $50 Gift Card from Elaines Hair Care
  • 6th Place – 5041 Kinncum Rd with the prize being a $30 Gift Card to Mary’s Country Kitchen
  • 7th Place – 5306 Kallum Dr. with the prize being a Gift Package from the 108 Supermarket

Streets we would suggest as ‘must see’ are Gloinnzun Dr, Gloinnzun Place, Gloinnzun Crescent, the 3 houses on the upper-hill corner of Kallum and Kitwanga, Kallum Drive, MacKay Crescent, Stewart Road, Chintu Place, Kitwanga Drive, Donsleequa Road, Annaham Crescent, Kyllo Road, and Tattersfield Place.

Congratulations to all our 2021 winners. Well done 108 Mile Ranch for showing such wonderful community spirit! On behalf of Cathy, Mark, Tammy and James – Merry Christmas!

Click here to view a video of the 108 and the Christmas joy throughout the area. Thanks to Rick Swanson for creating and sharing this delightful video!


Bingo has returned to the 108 Community Hall! Doors open at 6 p.m. and games start at 7 p.m. on November 5, December 3, January 7, 2022, February 4, March 4, April 1 and May 6. Food service is limited to single servings such as bottled water, pop, chips, chocolate bars. Covid safety practices will be followed i.e. masks and social distancing, as well as ALL PLAYERS NEED to provide proof of vaccination along with ID as per the Provincial Health Order. In order to hold these events we must follow the health and safety guidelines provided in the Provincial Health Order. Occupancy will be limited to 50 players.

108 turns 50 in 2019!

The 108 Mile Ranch will turn 50 in 2019. We’re planning a huge celebration!

  • We’ll be starting the weekend with Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, June 21 6 p.m. at the 108 Community Hall hosted by the 108 Lions.
  • Saturday, June 22 we’ll have a variety of activities for everyone to enjoy at a variety locations in the 108
  • Sunday, June 23 we’ll start the day with a pancake breakfast at the 108 Heritage Site, a church service and cupcakes at 2 p.m.

THE 108 IS TURNING 50 IN 2019!! We’re looking for history!

THE 108 IS TURNING 50 IN 2019!!!!!!
Maureen Pinkney is the main organizer of that event.

This is so exciting! My family first moved from 100 Mile to the 108 in 1972, not long after the concept of the Golf Course Ranch Community began. I use to ride my horse all over the ranch, with not many homes at that time, there were also not too many fences, I could ride almost everywhere. So, I will be looking to put together a history board, if any one has any old pamphlets or photos of the ‘olden days’ please get in touch with me. We will be planning the festivities for next June and will be hoping to include all the amenities at the 108 for the celebration. If you have a business, volunteer or look after something at the 108, please contact me. mpinkney@telus.net or my Facebook page.