Fraser Lake mayor candidate 2014

Sarrah Nahornoff-Storey is running for Fraser Lake mayor and hopes to start a new trend of communication

  • Oct. 27, 2014 7:00 a.m.

Fraser Lake: Nahornoff-Storey, Sarrah – mayor candidate

Originally from Prince George I have been coming to Fraser Lake for fishing trips since the early 80’s. I have lived in Fraser Lake for almost 9 years and am married with two wonderful children. My parents followed us here in 2007 and my husband Jim and his parents and sister are long-time residents of Fraser Lake. I am a conservationist and enjoy hunting, fishing and the outdoors.

I attended College for marketing and accounting, my resume includes: Banking, Marketing, Accounts Payable, Electoral Supervisor, Manager of Recreation for the District of Vanderhoof, Jobs Options Coordinator/Instructor for CNC and now somehow – a professional volunteer.

The pride I take as a volunteer demonstrates my commitment to community. Some of the work I have helped with or organize includes: Slo-pitch League President, ball tournaments, mom and tots soccer; Emergency Response (Binta Lake Fire); Master of Ceremonies at Canada Day; Dennis Hiatt Mud Bogs; Spruce City Wildlife Association’s annual fundraiser; Omineca Wildlife Patrol; Becoming an Outdoor Woman; Community Spirit Family Fun Night; Phraser Connector; and Director of Autumn Services.

I have worked alongside mayors and councillors and understand many municipal practices and procedures. I have drive and determination to get things done and would be proud to represent Fraser Lake as an ambassador for our community.

Part of my vision for Fraser Lake includes: sustainability; to access the aging infrastructure; paving roads/walking trails for easier accessibility; beautification and maintenance of our parks/recreational areas; an elevator at the arena; supporting seniors to age in place; feasibility and affordability of a community center, curbside recycling and public transportation; tax payers, businesses and industry being a part of future community planning; volunteer appreciation banquets; doggy bags/garbage bins along most parks and walking trails; and better communication, accountability, transparency and an open door policy.

With your support on November 15th, we can all grow our community into a sustainable and thriving place for families to raise children and for seniors to age in place.





Just Posted

Skateboard park finally finds a home

New site adjacent to Diamond #4

Local air show hits turbulence as Provincial funding falls short

Community donations help save iconic event

Cough, cough…Vanderhoof’s air a problem

Wood stove replacement program largely ignored

U.S. consulate general to visit Northwest

Trip part of the region’s first-ever pop-up consul for American residents

VIDEO: Climber ‘catches the sunrise’ over city atop B.C. crane

Police warn ‘rooftopping’ poses risk to climber, public and first responders

Experts: Society has a role in trying to prevent domestic violence

Experts are speaking out following the murder of a woman and her son in Ontario

Progress on fixing Phoenix pay system backlog could be short-lived: Ottawa

Feds have said they won’t try to recover money overpaid until all outstanding issues are fixed

Northern lights chasers in Canada discover new type named ‘Steve’

Phenomenon linked to a powerful current created by charged particles in Earth’s upper atmosphere

Washington state backs B.C. in pipeline dispute

Governor Jay Inslee says he is ‘allied’ with the province on Trans Mountain expansion projection

SAY WHAT? Readers weigh in on high-speed rail to U.S.

B.C. to contribute $300,000 to a million-dollar business study on the proposed project

B.C.-based CEO charged with conspiring to sell unhackable phones to criminals

Vincent Ramos of Richmond, was arrested last week in Seattle in years-long undercover operation

B.C. artist featured on T.V. series highlighting Indigenous tattoo artistry

Skindigenous, a series on APTN TV, features international tattooing traditions including a Salmon Arm artist

Northern B.C. communities offer affordable home ownership, states report

Some communities less affordable in 2017 than previous year

Most Read