Shuttle service for Buck memorial

Given the high numbers of people planning to attend, organizers have arranged two busses to provide a shuttle service

A memorial service for Skye, Courtney and Baby Buck will be held Saturday at Clearwater Secondary School, starting at 1 p.m.

Given the high numbers of people planning to attend, organizers have arranged for two busses from Yellowhead Community Services to provide a shuttle service.

The circle area in front of CSS will be for pick up / drop off service only. The shuttle service to run every five minutes. The loop will pick up in the following parking areas and in this order.

Organizers hope that people will try and make arrangements to car pool where possible.

• Strawberry Moose – pick up at back entry door

• Information Centre – pick up at entry door

• Jim’s (park in lot closest to Clearwater Valley Road)- pick up at Greyhound delivery spot

• Clearwater Lodge – pick up at front door

• Weyerhaeuser Park (and road leading to the park) – pick up at park

• Courthouse – pick up at parking lot entrance

• Medical Centre – pick up parking lot entrance• Caboose – pick up at entrance

• Ace Western – pick up at driveway entrance closest to Sportsplex

• Sportsplex – pick up by barricades in front of building

• Rotary Sportspark – pick up skateboard area

The shuttle service will start at 12 noon and run until 12.55pm. It will resume within 15 to 30 minutes of the end of the service to deliver people back to their vehicles after the service and reception. Please feel free to “flag” down the shuttle if you need. Organizers thank Doug Borrow, Merlin Blackwell and the District of Clearwater for their assistance with plowing. They also thank the local businesses for making the parking areas available.

 

 

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