Trio from Fort St. John set to ride in Cops for Cancer Tour de North

first_imgCst. Williams said that his aunt passed away this year from cancer, prompting him to participate. His grandmother is also a cancer survivor.“It goes to a really good cause. Camp Good Time which is a separate camp for kids suffering from childhood cancer, 20% of funds raised goes to sending kids to Camp Good Times.”The remaining 80% of funds raised goes to cancer research. The trio from Fort St. John says they have a ultimate goal of raising $30,000. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Two RCMP officers and one Sheriff from Fort St. John are raising money to ride in the Cops for Cancer Tour de North.Cst. Tristan Williams, Cst. Rebecca Bojczuk and Sheriff Amy Mcguire will all take part in the event scheduled for September 12 to the 18.The ride will begin in Williams Lake and end in Dawson Creek. They will also ride through Prince George, Quesnel, Powder King, Hudson’s Hope and Fort St. John. The ride is just over 900 km.- Advertisement -The trio are at Save-On-Foods in Fort St. John this evening until 6:30 to ‘Fill the Boot’. They also are holding another fundraiser.On September 8, they will be doing a ‘Jail and Bail’.“We’re sending out warrants. They’ll be available either at the police station, court house or people can fax them in for September 8. Some of them will be ‘arrest and release’ because some obviously can’t leave their job so they can pay us and we’ll let them go or we’ll transport them to the mall if they can leave and raise what their bail is. Friends and coworkers can nominate them and then they have to work to get donations to get released.”Advertisementlast_img read more

This day in history Scotland Goes To Poll

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTODAY Scotland goes to the polls to vote on whether or not they want to maintain a 307 year old union with the United Kingdom or go independent. The electorate made up of 4.3million people get to decide in a race that is tight but showing more people want to stay with the UK. A USA Today poll up to broadcast time said 47% would vote Yes to independence with 53% voting no. Supporters want direct control over their affairs obviously, saying an independent Scotland would be among the top 20 richest nations in the world. Those wanting to stay in the UK family believe they would continue to have more jobs, stronger financial services and continued use of the British pound along with the clout of being British. A sensational 97% of those eligible to vote have registered; voting age begins at 16 in Scotland. Polls are open from 7am to 10pm. Related Items:independence, scotland, UK Governor says voters need to decide on Independence Thousands of Haitian mark Flag Day differently in TCI for 2016 SANDALS RESORTS FIRST HIGH STREET STORE OPENSlast_img read more

Santa Paws Mega Adoption Event

first_imgSanta Paws Mega Adoption Event Posted: November 26, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Dozens of non-profit adoption agencies are coming together to help find forever homes for hundreds of adoptable animals during the holidays.Santa Paws MEGA Adoption Event is Saturday, Dec 8th 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Grossmont Center.For more information click here. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, November 26, 2018 KUSI Newsroom last_img read more