District of Fort St. James had their final recreation program of the summer recently.

Summer rec ends

We have approached the end of this year’s Summer Recreation Program and we have had many laughs along the way.

We have approached the end of this year’s Summer Recreation Program and we have had many laughs along the way.  I would like to thank our sponsors, supporters, and volunteers for their efforts in making the program tons of fun.

Congratulations to the winning team of the beach volleyball tournament this year, Storm, who received t-shirts and free entry into next years’ league.

The free End of Season Bash is at Cottonwood Park today, Wednesday August 29, come on down and join in the festivities as we end the season with games, swimming, activities, and more!

Last week we enjoyed playing tons of sports in Let’s Get Sporty, and created magical potions, tie dyed, and invented our own unique creations in FunDaze.  We also had a fantastic time at the swim day in Prince George and hiking beautiful Mount Pope.

Be sure to come back and join us next year!

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