The Village Office and Public Works will be closed Wednesday, July 1, 2015 to observe the Canada Day Statutory Holiday.
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WHAT: The Heart & Stroke Big Bike is an exciting fundraiser that is ideal for community organizations, companies and groups wishing to support the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

Presented by the Dairy Farmers of Canada, the Heart & Stroke Big Bike is one of the primary community fundraising events for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. This fun-filled event earned its name from the 30-seat bicycle teams of energetic riders who pedal through 200 communities in nine provinces coast to coast – raising awareness and funds along the way.

Teams made up of up to 29 energetic riders, plus a driver each commit to raise a minimum of $50 and pedal through their community in support of heart disease and stroke research. This year we aim to raise 8.55 million dollars. Through events like Heart & Stroke Big Bike, we’re transforming how communities think about, prevent, manage and live with heart disease and stroke.

Come and cheer on your local community riders at our Big Bike event as they help make a difference by creating more survivors every day! Please look for opportunities in Fraser Lake to donate to these two amazing teams.

Visit www.bigbike.ca to learn more.

WHEN: Thursday, June 18 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm

WHERE: The Big Bike will depart from Fraser Lake Elementary School – 110 Chowsunket Street, Fraser Lake, BC.

WHO: The Spirit of Fraser Lake Community team and the Fraser Lake Retailers team will be participating in this year’s Big Bike in Fraser Lake. But we have room for a few more riders!

About the Heart and Stroke Foundation

The Heart and Stroke Foundation’s mission is to prevent disease, save lives and promote recovery. A volunteer-based health charity, we strive to tangibly improve the health of every Canadian family, every day. ‘Healthy lives free of heart disease and stroke. Together we will make it happen’. www.heartandstroke.ca


Please welcome Nicole Cannon, are Josh Otway ; our two local university students who will be employed with the works department this year.  The Village has also hired one local temporary adult employee, Mike Chapman, who will also be working with the Village Works Dept. cleaning up winter debris and keeping our town looking well-manicured. Aside from  clean up duties and grounds maintenance, summer plans include cleaning up walking trails, freshening up parks grounds and playground equipment, keeping outhouses and the Water Park clean and inviting for locals and out of town guests to enjoy.

 

We would  also like to welcome Alice Friesen, she will be working at our Museum and Tourist Information Centre.

 

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Village of Fraser Lake

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Weekdays 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (Closed Statutory Holidays)

PO Box 430, 210 Carrier Cres.
Fraser Lake, British Columbia V0J 1S0

Phone 250-699-6257
Fax 250-699-6469
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