Baynes Lake receives money – The Free Press Turns 115 Years Old

Baynes Lake receives money - The Free Press Turns 115 Years Old

October 8 1986

Free Press Files

The Honorable Terry Segarty MLA for Kootenay East, Last week announced the approval of Lottery Fund Grant of up to $21,000 to the Baynes Lake Volunteer Fire Department to assist with the extension of the Fire Hall.

In making the announcement, Mr Segarty congratulated chairman Grenny Uphill and Jean Grey and the group on the behalf of the Government of British Columbia.

“This grant means we will be able to build an office, washrooms, a drying room, poor concrete and finish the garage,” said Mr. Uphill.

“We are also planning to use our Fire Hall building for a number of community wide functions.

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