North Thompson Society offers much for those in the area

Society also offers youth swim lessons in summer, and ski/snowshoe opportunities for Grade 3 and Grade 8 students

Eleven members of the North Thompson Recreation Society

The North Thompson Recreation Society’s AGM is set for Monday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m. at the North Thompson Volunteer Centre in the Ridge.  The society will also be hosting a table at the No Host Bazaar on the Nov. 19 in the Fall Fair Hall. Membership is $10 for the year, and everyone is invited to join the group and enjoy outdoor activities in the area. The society facilitates swim lessons in summer and ski and snowshoe opportunities for Grade 3 and Grade 8 students.  They offer skis and snowshoes for rent.  As cold weather approaches, the society will be hosting ‘ski/snowshoe and tea’ Tuesdays at the Barriere Forks Trails.  For more information call 250 672 9403, or 250 672 5802



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