The 11th Annual Bluey Day was held at the BC Ambulance Building. Over 43 participants had their heads shaved to help raise money for the Cancer Diagnostic and Treatment Fund in Fort St. John. Picture: Amber Davy
Friends, families and strangers fill up the BC Ambulance Bay as they all come to help support the Fort St. John Hospital and Health Centre. Picture: Amber Davy
Many people take part in the Canadian Cancer Society “Relay for Life”, which takes place at the Dr. Kearney school track from noon until midnight. Picture: Amber Davy
As people walk around the Dr. Kearney track to help raise money and awareness for cancer reasearch, many activities and performances such as Tai Chi, face painting, and dancing are held withen the track. Picture: Amber Davy
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