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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — It’s congratulations again to the community of Fort St. John from an excited and grateful local Salvation Army Captain.

He doesn’t sound a lot like the late Nat King Cole, but what he’s feeling right now about the citizens of this city sounds a lot like the music legends, signature hit recording.

We spoke yesterday with Capt. Sheldon Feener following the first Christmas season for him and his wife in Fort St. John after their arrival from Salmon Arm, by way of Tennessee.

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