Walk-N-Roll was founded in November 2006 in Prince George BC Canada. Moving along at the speed of new business, we produced our first issue just in time for 2007. You enjoyed it. We went another month, we grew, you enjoyed. We came online in 2008 with “pgwalknroll.com”, 2009 saw us come home to “pgwalknroll.ca”. We are still here as you read this. But who are we? Are we real people or mindless drones bent on digital dominance? Depends on who you ask, I am sure..
We are Lorraine Young (*Walk*) and Ken Biron (*Roll*) from Prince George BC Canada. We both support persons with disabilities in Prince George (personally, as well as with WNR) , some of the advertinig onsite is directly supporting the Prince George Multiple Scorosis community of Prince George through the Self Help Group. We thank you for visiting our site, designed by both of us and maintained by Ken. Thanks as well for your interest thus far. Our profiles are found below:
Ken Biron: Ken designs this website. In 2006 he completed his first course in Web Design and Optimization through electroninc distence training supplied by www.ibde.ca. He has since completed further training. He is the author of "CityWorks"(a monthly feature in PGWalkNRoll) with assistance and advice from ACOA (see below for ACOA). In his life away from the keyboard, he is very active in the disabled community of British Columbia. Presently he is facilitator for the Prince George Multiple Sclerosis Self Help Support Group, sits on the Prince George civic committee "Advisory Committee on Accessibility" (ACOA) and is the Community Liaison for the Measuring up the North Initiative. He is also involved with the Accessible Transit Action Committee, Handy Circle Resources Society, Volunteer Prince George, Patient Voices Network, Toastmasters clubs of Prince George, CARP (chapter chair 2012, Chapter 6 BC Northern Interior)
Lorraine Young: Lorraine designs websites and has an artistic flair. On her website "clickonart.ca", she sells her own artwork and offers her services as an affordable web designer. She is also involved with Handy Circle Resources Society as well as ATAC and Volunteer Prince George. She is the designer behind CARP Ch 6's Art Gallery