An invitation to all

Couple preparing to renew their vows invites the community to join them in celebrating their marriage.


I would just like to invite you and the readers to a celebration of our 25th wedding anniversary.

Steven and I have lived in Fort St. James for 23 of our 25 years of marriage.

So on July 19, 2013 at 6 p.m., at Zion Chapel, we will be having a “pot-bless” or “pot-Luck.”

We will renew our wedding vows and celebrate.

Zion Chapel is the large white church next to the Anglican church,  located across the street from the RCMP station and Stuart Lake Automotive.

We hope that all who have touched our lives in our 25 years would come.

All are welcome!

If you can’t bring a dish, please come anyway, there is always enough.

Due to the short notice, we understand that some will not be able to attend.

Thank you to all, young and old, who have been and will be, a part of lives.

If you would like more information, please call 250-996-2414.




Lisa & Steven Boulding


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