Sne C’al yegh supports community policing

Burns Lake Citizens on Patrol Society accepted a fuel card donation from Cherill Greening on behalf of Sne C’al Yegh Gas Bar.

Staff Sargent Grant MacDonald and Burns Lake Citizens on Patrol Society president James Williams accepted a fuel card donation from Cherill Greening on behalf of Lake Babine Nation’s Sne C’al Yegh Gas Bar.

Staff Sargent Grant MacDonald and Burns Lake Citizens on Patrol Society (C.O.P.S) president James Williams accepted a fuel card donation from Cherill Greening on behalf of Lake Babine Nation’s Sne C’al Yegh Gas Bar.

Greening recently presented C.O.P.S with three $30 fuel cards as well as a donation of $40 per month in fuel for an entire year. This donation will help keep the volunteer society on the road.

C.O.P.S is still looking for volunteer members. For more information contact the Burns Lake RCMP at 250-692-7171.

 

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