North Peace Senior Housing Society holds luncheon to thank sponsors


FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The North Peace Senior Housing Society held a luncheon on Tuesday to have a good time the solarium opening in Condo 2 and thank the sponsors who helped make it occur.

Gail Weber, president of North Peace Senior Housing Society, needed to thank the sponsors for this mission with a luncheon and welcome the seniors to see the brand new house.

She says they redid the flooring and cupboards and, most significantly, added a rest room to the room, because the closest public loos earlier than the renovations have been 4 flooring down.

Weber defined that Canadian Tire house owners Ross and Julie donated all of the furnishings within the room.

Most donations for the $32,000 renovation got here from the Fort St. John Rotary Membership.

Weber says the remaining got here from the North Peace Senior Housing Society.

Members from the Rotary Golf equipment, the North peace Senior Housing Society and residents of the buildings attended the luncheon and tea.

The advanced contains 4 40-year-old buildings, a complete of 144 rooms, with solely one of many buildings having some vacancies.



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