A BIG THANK YOU TO EVERYONE IN THE PEACE COUNTRY FOR THEIR SUPPORT FOR THIS YEAR’S HAVE A HEART RADIO THON.(on April 17th)
890 CJDC was on location at the Co-Op Mall for 12 hours raising funds for the Dawson Creek Hospital Foundation.
Funds raised going towards the purchase of paediatric equipment for the Dawson Creek Hospital.
Donations and bids on auction items in Dawson Creek pushed the total to 32 THOUSAND 827 and dollars.
SUN FM was on location at Canada Safeway in FSJ from 6am until 6 pm along with the FSJ Hospital Foundation.
Funds raised will help purchase a Panda Warmer that will be used in the FSJ Maternity Ward.
The final number are still being crunched but in FSJ 27 thousand 765 dollars was pledged.
HAVE A HEART RADIO-THON 2014 bringing the Peace Country together with a grand total of over 60 thousand dollars..
UP COMING and ON GOING..
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 April 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...
Josh Turner‘s book, Man Stuff: Thoughts on Faith, Family and Fatherhood, will be released April 29. In the book, Josh shares what he’s learned over the years as a son, brother, friend, husband and father.
George Jones‘ legacy lives on one year after his death. His wife, Nancy Jones, has planned a public celebration at his grave, which will honor the late singer’s legacy.
The celebration will take place in Nashville at Woodlawn Cemetery on April 26, the first anniversary of the iconic country star’s death. At the site, his wife will plant two dogwood trees, next to the ‘He Stopped Loving Her Today’ monument. Nancy hopes fans will join her during this momentous occasion.
“Jones, lovingly known as the Possum, passed away April 26, 2013, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center .
APRIL 16.This date in country music history.
17 years ago/ In 1997,Singer Janis Gill ...