Queen Charlotte extreme weather response notice

  • Jan. 18, 2012 4:00 p.m.

Submitted by the Village of Queen Charlotte–The QC Emergency Planning Committee is concerned that during this spell of extreme cold weather and snow, there may be residents in our community who are having difficulty coping with issues like heat, food, water, snow clearing and access for medical emergencies.We encourage neighbours to help each other and we also offer assistance through the village office and emergency responders in the community.If you need assistance, please contact the following the appropriate emergency services, fire, ambulance or police, or, for other matters, the Village Office 250 559 4765 (After hours: 250- 637-1781 or 250-637 1782).The Bethel Assembly Church will host a free drop in Hot Soup and A Bun lunch, Thursday Jan. 19, from 1130 am to 2:00pm. Everyone welcome, especially if you need to get warm and fill your stomach

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