Light a Moose raises over $35,000

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It went right down to the wire again but once again, the citizens of Fort St. John and area have come through and pushed another Light a Moose campaign, over the top.

The final tally came in at $35,038.00 in the three day fundraiser sponsored by Rhyason Contracting.

The funds now go to the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation’s, 14th annual "Be An Angel, Light A Light campaign which this year has a $200,000 goal.

The Christmas Tree Light Up, which traditionally marks the official end of that campaign, is scheduled for Dec. 1 on the grounds of the Fort St. John Hospital and Health Centre, at 5:30p.m. 

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