City of Fort St. John finding home for carving donation

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City of Fort St. John is finding a home for a new wood addition.

A chainsaw carving donated by the District of Chetwynd appears to have found a home inside the southeast entry of the North Peace Arena and North Peace Leisure Pool.

“The District of Chetwynd donated a wood carving from their 2006 collection titled ‘Teamwork’ to the City of Fort St. John. The wood carving has an approximate base diameter of three feet and is approximately eight feet tall. Aquatic and marine life are the theme of the carving. The Community Services management team felt that the North Peace Leisure Pool would be the facility that best incorporates the theme of the carving.”

The following motion was passed at a Council meeting recently.

“THAT, Council direct Facilities staff to locate the chainsaw carving donated by the District of Chetwynd inside the southeast entry of the North Peace Arena and North Peace Leisure Pool.”

 

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