Free Swimming & Skating passes available to local not-for-profit groups

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – As part of the Site C agreement with the City of Fort St. John, free passes for swimming and skating are being given out to not-for-profit groups in the community.

According to Recreation Manager, Kylah Bryde, there is a large amount of unused swimming and skating passes that are up for grabs that were not used by Site C Workers.

“This year there are unused 678 passes available for public swimming and 2,380 passes available for public skating, that were not utilized by the Site C workers.”

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Bryde says these passes are available to local not-for-profit groups from now and valid until January 31.

The passes will be disbursed first come first-serve.

For more information, and for an application form, you can send an email to

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