Revelstoke city councillors Linda Nixon and Tony Scarcella ( back row centre) accept a picture acknowledging the City of Revelstoke's designation as an age friendly municipality. The presentation was made on Sept. 26 at the Union of British Columbia Municipalities meeting in Victoria. Revelstoke was one of nine communities in B.C. in B.C. to earn Age-Friendly recognition in July.

Age-friendly acknowledgement

Revelstoke gets and Age-friendly nod at the UBCM meeting in Victoria.

PHOTO: Revelstoke city councillors Linda Nixon and Tony Scarcella ( back row centre) accept a picture acknowledging the City of Revelstoke’s designation as an age friendly municipality. The presentation was made on Sept. 26 at the Union of British Columbia Municipalities meeting in Victoria.

Revelstoke was one of nine communities in B.C. in B.C. to earn Age-Friendly recognition in July.

 

 

 

 

 

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