$5,000 raised for Superpark efforts through Vegas Nights fundraiser

first_imgFor that meeting, the City is looking for public input on what to do with vacant space in the facility. The meeting runs from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Following the Vegas Nights fundraiser 127 tickets sold, $1,600 on ticket sales. After things were added up, $5,000 was raised to go towards efforts for the North Peace Family Superpark Society to build a superpark.“It was amazing, it was so fun,” said organizer Jaandi Roemer. There was lots of fun to be had, from dancing to music all night long, to the entertainment of magician/comedian Jason Wehr.“He really interacted with the crowd, and shocked a lot of people,” she added.- Advertisement -From here, the North Peace Superpark Society will keep raising funds and, as Roemer says, working the get the attention of the City.“Until we get somebody who is going to work with us to get it open, we will keep fundraising and raising the money so when the time comes, we have the money in hand and can start the process.”She plans to attend the City’s meeting at the Pomeroy Sports Centre tomorrow night, and has reached out to friends to appeal to the City for the Superpark.Advertisementlast_img read more