Construction for the Esplanade Avenue Block 2 revitalization project began in late February. Esplanade Avenue will be closed from Hot Springs Road east to 100 metres east of Maple Street

Agassiz Harrison community in pictures

Photos taken around the Agassiz Harrison area of community events

 

Agassiz Harrison Lions Larry Koberstein and Maureen Dougherty presented a donation to Mount Cheam Lion Dave MacKintosh in support of the eye clinic at Chilliwack General Hospital. Lions Clubs are known for their work in sight-related projects, including the guide dog program, recycling used eyeglasses for distribution in lower income countries, and providing eye care in remote and destitute areas.

 

 

Jayden Bobb, Justin Williamson and Vincent Modest cooking Ace burgers for the ACE Annual Pink Shirt Day event at the Agassiz Legion Hall.

 

Lion Joey Ellis presented Himawari Yamamoto with her club’s banner on behalf of the Agassiz Harrison Lions Club to take back to her local Lions Club in Japan. Yamamoto, an exchange student from Japan is staying with Lion Kim Duncan and her family.

 

 

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