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Backcountry is one of British Columbia’s largest hunting, fishing and outdoor supply stores. The Fort St. John area is home to some of the best hunting and fishing opportunities in North America and often referred to as “The Serengeti of the North”.

Christian Concert

Brandon Stroup, a Christian artist from Yuma Arizona, is visiting Fort St. John and putting on a concert at Peace Lutheran Church, June 19th at 7pm.  This young man has a Bachelor of Music from the Conservatory of Music at Capital University in Columbus Ohio.  He currently is the choral director at a Yuma High School, as well as full time pianist at Gila Mountain United Methodist Church.  Love offering will be collected to cover his cost to come to Fort St John.

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