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Orders can be placed at Price Smart on January 17, 18 and 31, by phone at 250-262-2703, or on the North Peace Family Super Park’s facebook page until February 13. 

There is also a masquerade ball fundraiser scheduled for March 15 at the Lido Theatre. The evening will include entertainment, a silent auction, appetizers and dancing all for a $60 ticket. There will also be a prize for the best masquerade costume. 

Lastly, the Super Park has a community meeting upcoming for anyone interested in helping achieve the goal of building the indoor playground. It will take place in the gymnasium of North Peace Secondary on February 22 at

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Local mom Jaandi Roemer approached Fort St. John City Council with the idea for the park in 2012, and since then she and a growing group of supporters have been working to find a location and funding for the project.  It’s estimated approximately $250,000 will be needed to build the park, plus funding for rent and maintenance.

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