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Canadian Rangers stopping in Fort St. John

A few events are scheduled on February 7th, when the Canadian Rangers Patrol Group visit Fort St. John.

35 Rangers will be snowmobiling from Kitimat, BC to Churchill, Manitoba.  Planner Comrad Connie Soltys explains the mission. [asset|aid=821|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=2d6eb741ff11b1f52c2132e3a46e6caf-Connie Soltys_1_Pub.mp3]

She says the Rangers will experiance many obstacles along the way, including the threat of avalanches and freezing temperatures along the way.

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In honour of the Rangers, the Royal Canadian Legion will be holding a steak night on February 7th.

A meet and greet is then scheduled for February 8th.  Soltys is encouraging everyone in the community to attend both events.  For more information, call Connie Soltys at the legion, at 250-785-3917.

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