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Photo: Members of Moose FM & Big Brothers and Big Sisters lived on the roof of the NP Leisure Pool in hopes of getting more Big Brothers and Big Sisters – Johanna Henderson/

A record number of people have sign up to be Big Brothers and Big Sisters. The local agency held their annual Roof Top Challenge Friday and Saturday and had 27 people sign up to mentor a child.

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Danielle Armstrong is the Executive Director and says sitting on the roof of the North Peace Pool paid off. [asset|aid=309|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=efc85b76654025eb5baae49fb2a46937-Danielle Armstrong – 1_1_Pub.mp3]

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Fort St. John currently has a waiting list of over 20 children and they hope these volunteers will help. You can still sign up to be a Big Brother or a Big Sister by calling 250-787-9674. Big Brothers and Big Sisters will also hold an open house this Wednesday to celebrate the opening of their new office.

The open house will run from 6pm to 7:30pm on 106th Street across from Ship to Shore.

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