Combined enhances the Lakes District.

Combined enhances the Lakes District

Campers will find their stay at local campgrounds more accessible.

Campers will find their stay at local campgrounds more accessible thanks to the combined funding from Nechako Kitimaat Development Fund, the Community Forest, Canada Enabling Accessibility in Communities, Tahtsa Timber, Pacific Northern Gas, Decker Lake Forest Products and the Burns Lake Rotary Club.

These organizations made it possible for Lakes Outdoor Recreation Society to build and install wheelchair accessible picnic tables and outhouses and upgrade standard outhouses and picnic tables at various recreation sites.

(L-R) Garth Schienbein, Bernice Magee, Lynn Synotte, Dan Beaudreau, Rosemary Seminuk.


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