Two Fort St. John residents recognized for work in the community

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Jarvis and Zackodnik were recognized with the award on October 25 in Whistler during the organization’s AGM and awards gala. 

Both individuals have played a part in organizing a yearly Popsicle stick bridge building contest for students as a way to encourage people to become engineers. Their contributions to the APEGBC’s Peace River Branch reaches over 900 students when it comes to career awareness and inspiring the next generation of engineers and geoscientists in the area.

The APEGBC President’s Awards are the provinces most prestigious awards for professional engineers and geoscientists and recognize outstanding, professional, technical, and community contributions by APEGBC members.

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