(L-r) North Thompson Communities Foundation executive members, Franz Friesinger and Antoon Houben, are shown officially presenting a $1,350 grant cheque to North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association Ambassadors Haille Johnson and Jonathan Fennell on Aug. 20 at the Barriere Lions Hall. The money is to be used towards adding additional hand sanitizer stations around the NTFFRA fairground facility in Barriere. The cheque presentation took place during a Foundation Open House. The North Thompson Communities Foundation serves the valley from Blue River to McLure. Find out more on Facebook: North Thompson Communities Foundation. (Michelle Johnson photo)

Communities Foundation grant awarded to North Thompson Fall Fair

North Thompson Communities Foundation supports the valley

(L-r) North Thompson Communities Foundation executive members, Franz Friesinger and Antoon Houben, are shown officially presenting a $1,350 grant cheque to North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association Ambassadors Haille Johnson and Jonathan Fennell on Aug. 20 at the Barriere Lions Hall. The money is to be used towards adding additional hand sanitizer stations around the NTFFRA fairground facility in Barriere. The cheque presentation took place during a Foundation Open House. The North Thompson Communities Foundation serves the valley from Blue River to McLure. Find out more on Facebook: North Thompson Communities Foundation. (Michelle Johnson photo)

By Jill Hayward

North Thompson Communities Foundation supports the valley

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