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North Bay Hydro says ‘thanks’

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North Bay Hydro wants to give you the chance to say thank you to frontline workers in the community.

Last Friday, the employees with North Bay Hydro set up shop outside of the North Bay Regional Health Centre with a large thank you sign for the nurses, doctors, and staff at the hospital who are battling COVID-19.

This week, however, the company is lending the use of its bucket truck to your sign.

“If there is someone, a group, or an organization that you know that would like to pass on a massive ‘thank you’ to, by way of a big red truck, we’re in! Make a sign, or have one printed, and our North Bay Hydro truck will spend an afternoon safely parked in a position that displays your positive message here in our community,” officials said on the North Bay Hydro Facebook page. “Let our mobile billboard help you say happy anniversary, or thank you, or anything positive and uplifting!”

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“There are so many local workers, volunteers, and contributors that have allowed us to move forward in such a difficult time,” they continued. “From grocery stores to pharmacies, gas stations and so many more, our quality of life is manageable because of each and every one of them.”

If you are interested in passing along your thanks, reach out to Neil Russell, Communications Officer for North Bay Hydro at nrussell@northbayhydro.com.

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