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Hangin’ with the great team at the East Kootenay Foundation for Health and raising money for Neonatal care for our youngest and smallest citizens. We are halfway to 1.8 Million dollars please contact East Kootenay Foundation for Health to donate today! ...
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Know someone who goes above and beyond to make Elkford a great place to live, work, play and learn? The Citizen of the Year program is your chance to celebrate them! 🎉
Sponsored by the District of Elkford, the Citizen of the Year is selected by council for their exemplary contributions to our community.
Have somebody in mind? Nominations for Elkford’s 2024 Citizen of the Year are accepted until March 15, 2024. Access the printable nomination package and policy here: www.elkford.ca/2024citizenoftheyear. Alternatively, you can request a form by emailing [email protected] or by visiting 744 Fording Drive.
Please complete the form in full and submit to the attention of the Director of Corporate Services before 4:30 p.m. (local time) on March 15, 2024:
• In-person to the District of Elkford Office at 744 Fording Drive 📩
• By email to [email protected] 📩
• By mail to Attn.: Director of Corporate Services, P.O. Box 340, Elkford, B.C., V0B 1H0 📩 ...
Another great conversation with Natalie Hake from the Canadian Mental Health Association. Natalie presented to the Finance Committee last summer which I am the Deputy Chair. The committee took Natalie’s presentation and made a $5 Million dollar recommendation to supporting mental health and the Crisis Line in BC. Statistically, in some cases over half of calls were not answered due to lack of support. This is an urgent need that needs government funding, and I will be looking to that recommendation being fulfilled in the Province’s budget this week in Victoria. ...
If there is one thing I remember most of 1960s/70s Cranbrook and it is the wooden statues that sat outside the tourism information centre. These images bring back old memories indeed. See comments for more photos.Cranbrook Tourism Information Booth, early 70s ...
Cool. They should have kept them!
I worked in that tourist booth as a summer student. Fun times!
I remember those
I remember those . Man we are old Lisa . Lol 😝
Wow totally remember those, plus the beaver out at Wasa
Whatever happened to those wooden statues?
Is what is there today, progress? Sad.
Which one represents the ktunaxa?