Family Night – a whole lot of fun in Barriere

The annual Family Fun Night & PJ party held on Sunday, Feb.17, at the Barriere Ridge was another fun success tells Tasha Buchanan, Family Fun Night event coordinator.

“Bouncy castles, Uncle Chris the Clown Magic Show, music, movie, crafts, cake contest, balloons and even a quiet room for parents were enjoyed by Barriere and area families,” siad Buchanan.

Donations collected, and revenue from the silent auction will go towards the North Thompson Activity Community Centre’s (formally known as NTVIC) After School Program and Success by 6 through Yellowhead Community Services.

Buchanan also recognized the volunteers who helped make it all possible saying, “Thanks to Dori McRae, Judy Armstrong, Antoon Houben, Lynda Dunlop, Wendi St. Goddard, Sabastian Nichol, Paige and Clare Arcand, Scarlett and Lilliana Wright, Lindsay Arcand, Mayor Ward Stamer, Amanda Sabyan, Donna Kibble, Al Fortin, Liz Gilbertson, Peggy Armstrong, Tanya Gagnon, Jo Palmer, and the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association Ambassadors.”

 

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