Cast your vote to help support a second sheet of ice

The Town of Smithers' Director of Recreation Andrew Hillaby is asking people to vote online to help secure additional funding for a second sheet of ice.

  • Oct. 6, 2011 10:00 a.m.

The Town of Smithers’ Director of Recreation Andrew Hillaby is asking people to vote online to help secure additional funding for a second sheet of ice.

Aviva Community Fund is taking online votes to consider who will share in a $1 million fund — the Smithers’ allotment, should it win, would be about $150,000.

The Town has already secured $188,075 through the Second Sheet of Ice Committee, $1.7 million from 2006 government funds, and $190,000 from Town Capital Reserve.

People are encouraged to vote everyday.

Visit http://www.avivacommunityfund.org/ideas/acf11195 to place your vote.

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