Whonnock Community

Whonnock Lake Centre

Whonnock Foundation

History and Heritage


Brenda Guild designed the logo for the Whonnock Community Association in 1998, the year of the tenth anniversary of Whonnock Lake Centre.

Carved in wood the logo decorates the front of the Centre.

Whonnock News:
  1. To promote, foster and develop community spirit and good citizenship;
  2. To promote and provide educational recreation and athletic facilities and equipment for the use and benefit of the children and citizens of the community;
  3. To promote, encourage and assist the educational, charitable, athletic and community endeavours of the district.
President Brad Jennings 604-816-8832
Treasurer Mary Blackstock 604-462-8572
Secretary Helmi Braches 604-462-8942
The Association meets every third Thursday of the month at Whonnock Lake Centre at 7:30. Everyone is welcome to attend and members have the right to vote. This is the forum for issues concerning the community to ask the Association's support for new ideas or proposals.
Everyone living in Whonnock is a member of the Whonnock Community Association but only those registered as a member for at least two months have voting rights at any meeting of Association. Membership is free. Please click here for the application form in PDF format or click here for the form in DOC format. Please complete and submit for registration. After registration we will check once a year by phone or e-mail to confirm your registration as a member. Call Helmi at 604-462-8942 or attend a monthly meeting for more information.
The Whonnock Community Association relies on volunteers to make things happen in our community. We always need volunteers to sustain the present work of the Association and the Association would also like to support new ideas for community sponsored events.
Whonnock Community Association Bursary
The WCA offers a $1,000 bursary to grade 12 students going on to post secondary education and who currently reside or have resided in the Whonnock area. One of the requirements looked at before rewarding the bursary is a student's commitment to the community, school, or other worthy causes through volunteerism. More information is available through the high school counsellors.