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The sixth-annual photo scavenger hunt is on again at the Fort St. John Visitor Information Center.

Visitor Information Councilor Ali Koblinsky says the scavenger hunt will give residents the chance to get to know the City again, all while competing for a chance to win a prize.

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The event kicks off on Saturday, at the Visitor Information Center. Koblinsky says anyone can drop into the center at any time to sign up.

Contestants have until August 9th to take as many pictures as possible. Koblinsky says it will be a great summer activity for all age levels.

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She says the photos taken might even be included in future Visitor Information Guides. For more information, you can always visit Visitor Information Center on 100th street, or you can call 250-785-3033.

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