Time ticking again at the Fort St. James Forum

A new score clock was installed at the Fort St. James arena.

  • Dec. 16, 2015 9:00 a.m.

Jeremy Johnson (centre) with the crew who helped install the new time clock at the FSJ Forum.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

 

A new score clock was installed at the Fort St. James arena.

President of the minor hockey association, Jeremy Johnson, said that this was an expensive purchase but with help from the District and from his own company AMS, the installation was made possible.

“The clock is a digital clock just as the previous one, but this one is wireless,” Johnson said.

It was a bigger job taking the old clock down according to Johnson. It was hundreds of pounds heavier than the newer model.

“AMS provided the machinery and manpower. “It’s amazing how everyone comes together to make things happen in the community, Johnson said.

“Hockey is big here. It’s for the kids.”

 

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