Retire in Kitimat group seeks information

The Retire in Kitimat Task Force is extremely pleased with the tremendous support we are receiving from the community.

Dear sir,

The Retire in Kitimat Task Force is extremely pleased with the tremendous support we are receiving from the community.

We would like to thank all the businesses and public facilities that are displaying our brochures and booklets, all the Kitimatians who have been mailing our booklets to friends and relatives and all those who have taken booklets with them on their travels to other locations in BC, Alberta and the Yukon.

We have recently become aware that in some cases those wishing to take Retire in Kitimat booklets with them on their travels have not been able to obtain them before leaving.

Anyone wanting a supply of the booklets for distribution on their travels can obtain them from me at 250-632-6801 or Rose Klukas at the District of Kitimat (250-632-8900).

Booklets are also available at the Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Sentinel office in the Service Centre and in smaller quantities at many other locations around town.

An area where we need more assistance from the public is with our efforts to track retirees who have moved to Kitimat.

While we are aware of a good number of them, we know that there are others that have not yet come to our attention.

We ask that any retirees who have come to live in Kitimat in the last few years or anyone who knows of any contact me at 250-632-6801 or at  msanou@telus.net.

We are interested in speaking with both retirees who were influenced by our campaign in their decision to relocate to Kitimat and those who made that decision independent of our efforts.

Yours truly,

 

Margaret Sanou.

 

 

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