Community helps family after house fire

On January 20th we are the family that lost everything in our trailer fire in the Omineca trailer park.

Editor:

On January 20th we are the family that lost everything in our trailer fire in the Omineca trailer park.

I just wanted to say a huge thank you  to the following :

Extra Foods, Cozy Corner, the girls at Fields and those that donated through them, Knight Creek Furniture Gallery, Rainbow Christian School, The Gospel Chapel and the individuals from church that also helped with food and donations. The Elks Hall, and the many individuals in the community that have helped. Thank you to West Fraser Mill and the steelworkers union and co -workers of my husbands. And also our family and friends that have helped through it all.

Thanks to North Country Inn, Coachlight and Hillview  for having us stay.

Thanks again Vanderhoof

 

The Toft Family

 

 

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