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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The North Peace SuperPark Society is looking for partnerships after not being selected as a finalist for the Kraft Heinz Project Play competition.

SuperPark Chair and Founder Jaandi Roemer said she believes she didn’t qualify for Project Play because the Society doesn’t have a facility at this point. Roemer said the Society’s business plan keeps growing, and that the group would like to see their planned indoor playground also see use as a multi-purpose facility. Feedback from the community has evolved the Society’s original plans, which Roemer said should attract people from the surrounding area.

The group is currently looking for a location to start the building process. Once that happens, they will qualify to be able to apply for grants from the government.

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Roemer added that the Society will put in another application for Project Play next year.

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