Thank You To Our Area Volunteer Groups & Organizations

Thank You To Our Area Volunteer Groups & Organizations

Army Cadets RCACC Cadet Corp #2941

Alzheimer Support Group

Barriere & District Chamber of Commerce

Barriere & District Food Bank Society

Barriere & District Riding Club

Barriere & District Seniors Society

Barriere Cancer Society

Barriere Choir

Barriere Crime Stoppers

Barriere Curling Club

Barriere Drop In Art

Barriere Elementary Parent’s Advisory Council

Barriere Emergency Social Services

Barriere Fibre Arts

Barriere Hospice

Barriere Lady Lions

Barriere Lions Club

Barriere & Lower North Thompson Back Country Horsemen of BC Chapter

Barriere Minor Ball

Barriere Photography Club

Barriere Prickly Pears Appliqué Group

Barriere Quilting Club

Barriere Red Hat Ladies – Classy Red Hatters

Barriere Red Hat Ladies – Red Hot Mamas

Barriere Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 242

Barriere Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 242 – Ladies Auxiliary

Barriere Rural Crime Watch

Barriere Secondary School Parents’s Advisory Council & Booster Club

Barriere Volunteer Fire Department

Community Consultative Group to Barriere RCMP

Community Soup Day

First Barriere Beavers & Cubs

Little Fort Recreation Society

Little Fort Volunteer Fire Department

Lower North Thompson Catholic Women’s League

Lower North Thompson Valley Community Forest Society

McLure Volunteer Fire Department

McLure Wildfire Monument Society

North Thompson Arts Council

North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Association

North Thompson Fish & Game Club

North Thompson Museum/Barriere & District Heritage Society

North Thompson Pony Club

North Thompson Recreation Society

North Thompson Valley Garden Club

North Thompson Valley Hospice House Society

North Thompson Volunteer & Information Centre (NTVIC)

Thompson Valley Players Society

Yellowhead 4-H Club

Yellowhead Community Services

Yellowhead Community Services, Barriere Youth Group

Yellowhead Lapidary Club

Yellowhead Pioneer Residence Society

*If your organization is not listed here please contact the STAR/JOURNAL at 250-672-5611



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