Lieutenant Governor visits Vanderhoof

The District of Vanderhoof and Vanderhoof YMCA hosted a viewing event attended by the lieutenant governor

Judith Guichon

The YMCA and District of Vanderhoof (DOV) hosted a Canada Games viewing event Thursday, Feb. 26 at the Vanderhoof arena. Families came and got information about YMCA activities, met the Lieutenant Governor General of BC and enjoyed a free barbecue. The mens hockey semi-final game was showcased on the big screen outside. A few hundred people came to enjoy the free food and hockey.

“The YMCA would like to thank our generous sponsors and supporters for their assistance in making the event a reality: The District of Vanderhoof, Nechako Valley Food Network, Nechako Waste Reduction Initiative, Canfor, Canada Games, & Reel Alternatives,” Kristin Webster, recreation coordinator said.

 

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