Members of the Tyee Lake Community Association gathered to hold a ground breaking ceremony held recently for their new 40x48 foot structure which they are building to house fire equipment and a fire truck. Cariboo Regional Director Steve Forseth was on hand for the event as was MLA Coralee Oakes, who also presented the Tyee Lake Volunteer Fire Department and Tyee Lake Community Association with plaques for volunteer service. Pictured holding the shovel are Maureen Straza, president of the TLCA, and volunteer fire fighters Larry Straza and Derek Beaulieu. Photo submitted

Ground broken at Tyee Lake for fire equipment, vehicle building

Members of the Tyee Lake Community Association gathered to hold a ground breaking ceremony

Members of the Tyee Lake Community Association gathered to hold a ground breaking ceremony held recently for their new 40 by 48 foot structure which they are building to house fire equipment and a fire truck.

Cariboo Regional Director Steve Forseth was on hand for the event as was MLA Coralee Oakes, who also presented the Tyee Lake Volunteer Fire Department and Tyee Lake Community Association with plaques for volunteer service.

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Pictured holding the shovel are Maureen Straza, president of the TLCA, and volunteer fire fighters Larry Straza and Derek Beaulieu.


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