After long hiatus, Canoe Club to start up again

All welcome to first meeting at 7:00 p.m. Nov. 16 in upstairs room of ICC

In June of this year a group of local paddlers participated in the 150th year anniversary, Fort to Fort (Fort St. James to Fort George) Canoe Brigade. This canoe trip attracted over 100 paddlers and 13 voyageur canoes from across Canada.

Based on the interest and success of this event, after many years the New Caledonia Canoe Club is starting up again!

The first meeting will be held on November 16, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the large upstairs meeting room at the Integris Community Centre (the old Integris Building). As part of this meeting there will be a 15 min Power Point presentation on this summer’s Fort to Fort Canoe Brigade.

Everyone is welcome!

For more information please contact Richard at (250) 567-9000.

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