Celebrating Carrier Appreciation Week

The Free Press would like to say a big thank you to all the hard work and dedication our newspaper carriers put in every week.

Fernie newspaper carrier

Fernie newspaper carrier



In honour of Newspaper Carrier Appreciation Week, The Free Press would like to say a big thank you to all the hard work and dedication our carriers put in every week. Whether it be raining, snowing, hailing, or a bright, sunny day, they always make sure the paper gets out!

 

Elkford Carriers: (2 routes available)

Dylan Atherton Carrier since June 7th 2012

Davyn Ayres Carrier since May 2nd 2012

Hunter Bourgeois Carrier since February 2nd 2012

Bennett Rowe Carrier since November 17th 2011

Nathan Bullock Carrier since June 2nd 2011

C.J Mayne Carrier since June 2nd 2011

Robin Gold Carrier since June 2nd 2011

Sarah Barclay Carrier since August 25th 2012

Tanner Barclay Carrier since August 25th 2012

Ayla Wiggins Carrier since June 2nd 2011

Justice Sword Carrier since June 2nd 2011

Samuel Hubbard Carrier since June 2nd 2011

Adam Khadikin Carrier since May 1st 2012

 

Fernie Carriers: (11 routes available)

Anthony MacDonald Carrier since June 2nd 2011

Ashley Verhaeghe-Jones Carrier since October 4th 2012

Daniel McRae Carrier since October 4th 2012

David Czernicki Carrier since September 20th 2012

Billie Kowalski Carrier since November 16th 2012

Grace Divinagracia Carrier since October 11th 2012

Clare Howard Carrier since August 23rd 2012

Skye Stewart Carrier since September 13th 2012

Hunter Andreola Carrier since September 19th 2011

Emma Thibodeau Carrier since May 8th 2012

Brent Thibodeau Carrier since May 8th 2012

Roy George Carrier since June 23rd 2011

Marcus Winning Carrier since September 20th 2012

Sascha Van Zyl Carrier since September 20th 2012

 

Sparwood Carriers: (9 Routes Available)

Jacob Zhan Carrier since June 2nd 2011

William Doratty Carrier since June 26th

Mackenzie Harrison Carrier since September 6th 2012

Brittney Fowler Carrier since October 11th 2012

Madlen Gentile Carrier since June 2nd 2011

Alexis Winter Carrier since October 11th 2012

Melissa Wheeler Carrier since June 7th 2012

Cassidy Marshall Carrier since August 2nd 2012

 

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