Pathfinders and Rangers brought a gift to the Oct. 9 meeting to show their appreciation for the council's support.

Thanks for the support

The Fort St. James Rangers and Pathfinders thanked mayor and council for their support at a council meeting on Oct. 9.

The Fort St. James Rangers and Pathfinders thanked mayor and council for their support at a council meeting on Oct. 9.

A delegation from the troupe presented mayor and council with a thank you card and a photograph of the group in thanks.

The local group had traveled to the Oregon coast, with support from mayor and council.

They reported the trip was a great success and they were amazed at how friendly everyone was, especially because they were all wearing their bright red Girl Guide jackets. The city of Astoria was one of the highlights.

Mayor Rob MacDougall said because the youth go for fun, he and council believe they can be the best ambassadors for the community.


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