Driving guru visits Canadian Club

Steve Wallace will provide information on taking proactive steps to keep their drivers’ licenses.

Driving guru Steve Wallace is the featured speaker at the Canadian Club luncheon on Nov. 18 at Harbour Towers Hotel.

Wallace will provide information on taking proactive steps to keep their drivers’ licenses.

Wallace owns Wallace Driving School, which has operated in B.C. since 1976.

A former elementary and secondary teacher, he coordinated and taught the driver education program for School District 28 in Quesnel, using the first driving simulator technology.

Wallace has personally taught more than 20,000 students how to drive, presently teaching some grandchildren of the first students he taught.

The luncheon is by reservation only, please call 250-370-1837.

 

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