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Adam Reaburn
Adam moved to Fort St. John in 2004 and he now owns both Moose FM and

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Eaglevision Video Productions has released a video of the Moose FM Break & Enter Christmas.   See the video below.  Thank you to all the community members who made this possible for one lucky family.

Below is a copy of the an article from earlier this month about the Break & Enter

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In November, Moose FM asked the community to nominate a family in need of help this holiday season for their Break & Enter Contest.  The response was ‘overwhelming,’ with over 50 families being nominated. But only one family could be picked, and for the past two weeks, the station has been planning to break into their house and surprise them with Christmas gifts.

The second annual Break & Enter helped out a family of five, struggling as the mother fights cancer. The illness has left her too ill to work, and while the father works to support the family, they struggle daily with their financial hardship; the children didn’t have beds or proper winter clothing, and didn’t even celebrate Christmas last year because they couldn’t afford it.

Now, the family has many presents to open for Christmas, including a new dining room set, living room furniture set, dental check ups for the children, Christmas tree, and a discount on their rent — thanks to the help of countless sponsors and over 20 volunteers who made it possible.

The family was taken to dinner and a tour of Christmas lights and while they were out of the house, our elves and volunteers worked hard to pull off the surprise– and vanish before the family got back.

The surprise had the family ‘ shocked and excited.’ The children went upstairs first, and screamed when they saw the tree and gifts. As the parents saw it for themselves, they ‘collapsed crying and hugging each other.’

The following businesses and organizations sponsored/volunteers helped make this surprise happen:

  • Home Hardware Building Centre- Donated approx. $1000 in kitchen/household items
  • City Furniture – Donated Furniture
  • Montana’s BBQ & Bar – Donated dinner for the Family
  • Luxx Limousines
  • Fort St John Co-op-$1000 cash donation & volunteer hours
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Fort St John
  • Self Maid Cleaning Services- 6 months of house cleaning services
  • Epscan Industries
  • Fraction Energy Services- $1000 cash donation
  • Eagle Vision Video Production
  • Fort City Chrysler- $1000 cash donation
  • Northern Metallic – $1000 cash donation
  • Murray GM- $1600 cash donation
  • M&M Meat Shop- $250 in gift cards
  • Olio’s Pizza
  • Dairy Queen
  • The Flower Hut
  • Licar Management Group- $200 off rent for next 6 months & $200 in Save on Foods gift cards
  • Ernie’s Sports Experts- Winter gear
  • Canadian Tire- $300 toy donation
  • Profile Construction- $700 cash donation
  • Safeway
  • Save on Foods
  • Walmart
  • Shoppers Drug Mart
  • Fixx Urban Grill
  • Hair Bin- $200 gift cards for spa services
  • West Edmonton Mall- All accesses passes
  • Aurora Cinema Centre- Movie passes
  • Computer Emporium- Tablet
  • Driving Force- Transport truck rental
  • Accent Dental- Free dental services
  • CIBC- $400 cash donation
  • Fort St John Huskies- Volunteer Hours
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