Carol Schaffer is Thompson-Nicola Regional District director for Area A (Wells Gray Country).

Schaffer plans community meeting in Vavenby

Your opportunity to select the top five ideas on how to use the Vavenby transfer funds

Editor, The Times:

On Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. the yearly Vavenby community meeting will be held at Vavenby Community Hall.

I encourage everyone to attend to discuss any items that are of interest to you.

READ MORE: Three community meetings to plan for future of Wells Gray Country (Jan. 21, 2015)

The following are some of the items that will be spoken to:

• Update on Area “A” projects completed.

• Area “A” 2018 priorities.

• Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure presentation.

• Vavenby transfer funds – initial community input. This will be your opportunity to provide ideas and select the top five ideas on how to utilize five years of funding.

• Vavenby Volunteer Fire Dept presentation.

• Vavenby Recreation and Trails Society presentation.

• Open discussion and question and answer.

Goodies and refreshments will be supplied.

Carol Schaffer, TNRD director

Area “A” (Wells Gray Country)

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