Little Fort gets new signage thanks to the Regional District

Little Fort is pleased to display three new ‘Welcome to Little Fort’ signs

One of the three signs welcoming travellers to Little Fort proudly show the Little Fort Ferry in the upper circle of the sign.

Submitted by

Maureen Nelson

Little Fort is pleased to display three new ‘Welcome to Little Fort’ signs that were purchased by the North Thompson Nicola Regional District.

Mr. Bill Kershaw was approached in April to see if the TNRD would be able to assist the small community with the purchase of the three signs and was very pleased that the TNRD generously purchased the signs for Little Fort.

The new signs went up this past July and showcases the Little Fort Ferry displayed on the circle. Little Fort is very proud of its Ferry and honoured to have it displayed on the “Welcome to Little Fort” signs.

The three signs are located on Highway 5 north and south of entering Little Fort and the third can be seen at the bottom of Highway 24 just after the Lemieux Creek bridge.

 

 

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