City of Fort St john Council approves a list of proclamations for October and November

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – At a Council meeting on Tuesday, City of Fort St. John Council approved a list of upcoming weekly and monthly proclamations for October and November.Council declared to recognize the month of October as Foster Family Month, as requested by the Ministry of Children and Family Development, in recognition of the importance and significance that foster families have on youth across B.C.October 21 to the 24 has been proclaimed by Council as Small Business Week, as requested by Fort St. John Chamber of Commerce, to honour the contribution of small businesses as the foundation that creates the fabric of Canadian economies.- Advertisement -Council declared to recognize the week of October 21 to the 27 as Waste Reduction Week, as requested by NEAT, to remain committed to conserving resources, protecting the environment, and educating the community.Then during the month of November, Council proclaimed it as Be An Angel Month to support the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation’s fundraising initiatives in order to provide care to the hospital’s patients.last_img read more

Giants break with tradition, change home game start times

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO–Don’t plan on showing up at 7:15 p.m. for weeknight games at AT&T Park next season.In a letter to season-ticket holders Tuesday, Giants CEO Larry Baer announced that the club plans to break with tradition and move the start times of weeknight home games up 30 minutes to 6:45 p.m. The change does not include games scheduled for Fridays.Baer said the Giants have made the switch to “better serve families and fans during the work week,” and promised more details in the coming weeks. …last_img