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Fort St. John Minor Hockey Association looking for coaches for 2014/2015 season
FSJ. M.H. A is looking for coaches in competitive and recreational leagues for the 2014/2015 season.
Applicants must fill out the FSJMHA application form at www.fsjminorhockey.ca
.The deadline for applications is June 2.
April is DAFFODIL Month.
April is Daffodil Month. Join the Fight! This year, Daffodil day is FridayApril 25th
It is a symbol of strength and courage. It says we will not give up. It says we will fight against Cancer and we will win.
Buy a daffodil pin and show your support for people living with Cancer.
For more information please contact Daffodil Coordinator: Janet Turner in FSJ at : 250-262-4420.
Plans continues for the 2014 Relay For Life.
In Dawson Creek The Carnival For A Cure in the fight against Cancer is set for June 14...
Ronnie Milsap says he wanted to be in the Country Music Hall of Fame not for himself, but for all the songwriters, musicians and fans who say their lives are in his songs. Milsap will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame with the next class, along with Mac Wiseman and songwriter Hank Cochran. Wiseman calls his induction the icing on the cake and the highlight of his career. Cochran is known for writing dozens of hits including ``I Fall To Pieces'' and ``Make The World Go Away.'' He died in 2010. The hall of fame inductions will take place later this year in Nashville.
Dierks Bentley has launched the "Drunk On A Plane" interactive photo booth to celebrate the release of his single of the same name. Fans can upload their pictures and customize them with various aviation and party themed stickers. Bentley ...
Luke Bryan wasn’t always a country music superstar. Growing up, he put in long hours at his father’s peanut mill, all while balancing school and a love of music. In the latest installment of his LBTV webisode series, Luke takes to his hometown of Leesburg, Georgia for a behind-the-scenes look at his photo shoot for Parade magazine.
Previously unreleased recordings of country legend Hank Williams performing songs on a 1950 radio show will be released next month for download and on vinyl.
``The Garden Spot Programs, 1950'' features 24 songs and jingles from a taped show that aired on early country radio stations, sponsored by a Texas plant nursery. Most of the tapes were lost, but only the copies from one station, KSIB-AM in Creston, Iowa, survived. The recordings were transferred, restored and mastered for release May 20.
The singer's daughter, Jett Williams, said ...