Princeton ~ The best place to live in all of British Columbia

It has been overwhelming for us this year with the response from all the citizens of this community during our “Christmas Campaign.”

Allan and Shareyl Kovaltsenko. “With out her

Princeton Crisis Assistance Society

It has been overwhelming for us this year with the response from all the citizens of this community during our “Christmas Campaign.” From the companies and businesses and the staff of such, the emergency service crews here in Princeton as well as the firefighters of the Osprey Lake area.

From the different service  organizations in Princeton and Tulameen and to all the individual citizens in town as well as out of town, to you we want to say a big thank you to you all for your support!

We are proud to be the administrators of your generosity and kindness to those in the community that sometimes find it a little tough to get through the day.

I am proud to live in a community where people can still say hello to one another on the street and a place where people pull together to think of others. That is why I say that Princeton is the best place to live in British Columbia.

Once again, thank you for your love and kindness and we look forward to being able to serve this community in 2014.

“Thank you to all the volunteers that help us serve this community, for without you and the community we could not do what we do!”

May the good lord bless and keep you all.

Allan Kovaltsenko, president Princeton Crisis Assistance Society

 

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