Helping hand

A big thanks to Dave Stewart for helping a woman in need over the holidays.

Editor:

I would like to give Dave Stewart a big thank you.  A single woman in Fort St. James required a helping hand around the holidays.

She was recently divorced and required some guidance on how to work her pellet stove and run a generator.

Her house was cold and she was in desperate need of help.

I phoned two associations in Fort St. James to get her some help with no luck.

So I then phoned Dave Stewart.

I explained the situation to Dave – who is the superintendent of public works – and he immediately volunteered to help the lady.

Dave you really live the spirit of Fort St. James “helping each other.”

Again, thank you Dave

Judy Greenaway

 

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