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Valley TV News Break with Dana Foster
On this segment of Valley TV News Break, Host Dana Foster looks into what is happening in and around the community of Ashcroft. Here are stories she covered:
The Equality Project has a lot to offer for community members in need, whether it’s financial or social. The equality project is all about people helping people. This Christmas season you don’t need to be alone, the centre will be open on December 25th from noon to 2pm. If you’re looking to help out you can purchase items listed on their Facebook page, as well as the organization accepts cash donations. You can learn more by going to their website at www.theequalityproject.ca
If you’re in need of a doctor over the holidays, physicians will be at the Ashcroft Urgent and Priimary Care Unit. They will be on site December 24 and December 31 and all day on January 1. Virtual doctors are available during the week from 9 am to 12 noon with the communities hardworking nurses available daily at the Urgent and Primary Care unit.
On January 21, 2023, the Ashcroft RCMP and the fire department will be once again facing-off in a hockey game in support of local charity, the Honour Ranch, for their annual family-friendly head-to-head charity Guns and Hoses’ hockey match. The event takes place at the drylands arena in Ashcroft and will include prize competitions.
The Ashcroft Firefighter Association is accepting donations on behalf of the Honour Ranch. Those wishing to donate can do so by e transfer to email@example.com
Honour Ranch, which provides mental health support to our first responders and military personnel from across Canada, support those who serve our communities. Anyone wishing to donate can also do so via the Honour Ranch website. Enter ‘Ashcroft’ into the dedication field.
Dana Foster also speak with Ashcroft mayor Barbra Roden on what is happening in the community of Ashcroft and the highlights of last year, 2022.
And on The Rural Perspective Valerie Diamond speaks to young indigenous franchise owner, Elijah Mack Stirling of the Kekuli Cafés in Kamloops and Merritt.
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