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Posted on: January 30, 2018

“Calling City Hall” to Talk Winter, Spring Recreation Opportunities

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February’s episode of “Calling City Hall” will feature a few ways to have fun in and around the Gate City over the coming months.

Two of Pocatello’s recreation experts will join Mayor Brian Blad and Council President Jim Johnston. First, Lance Clark, Outdoor Recreation Program Manager, will highlight the East Fork Mink Creek Nordic Center and the other recreational opportunities in the area.


Second, Stacie VanKirk, Community Recreation Center Manager, will talk about the activities slated for spring at the facility.  

The show will air Tuesday, February 6 at 6:30 p.m. Due to scheduling considerations, this episode of “Calling City Hall” will be prerecorded.

For more information on this program, Government Access Television, Educational Access Television, or Community Access Television, contact Pocatello Community Media at 208-234-6280 or visit pocatello.us/vs. You can also find this program and other Pocatello Community Media programs online at youtube.com/pocatellocommunitymedia.

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