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Fort St. John
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Tel: 250-787-7100
Email: contact@energeticcity.ca
9924 101 ave Fort St. John, B.C.
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Last day to vote for Pickell Park

Today is the last day to vote for Pickell Park in order to get a $100,000 make-over.

The Fort St. John park is located at the intersection of 102 ave. and 106 st. and has been entered in the Picnic Anywhere Project, a Canada wide contest which awards the grand prize winner a $100,000 park renovation and four runner ups a $10,000 prize for making improvements.

Participants explain why their designated park requires an upgrade so it can be an enjoyable location to have a picnic and enjoy the outdoors.

Organizers would like to add a variety of attractions to the park, which would improve its overall layout. Such improvements would include a seating area with park benches, a type of shelter, flower beds, stable picnic tables and additional trees and playground equipment.

The project is estimated to only take three months to complete and would commence in the spring of 2012 finishing by the summer season.

In order for Pickell Park to win, residents must vote and votes are only allowed until 11:59pm EST August 5, 2011.  To vote, click here.

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If selected into the final five, participants are required to create and submit a video showcasing their park and discuss the renovation plans.

The contest will re-open on Sept. 14 for the general public to vote for the final five contestants. The voting will once again be done through Facebook, however, voters are allowed to vote once every 24 hours for whichever park they feel deserves to win. Voting for the final five contestants closes on Sept. 28. 

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