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Saanich Parks and Rec launches online vote for guide naming

rather than ‘duke it out’ residents can vote online to name ‘older adult guide’

Saanich Parks and Recreation needs a new name for its “older adult guide.”

In a bid to garner feedback, Saanich narrowed the title for its guide to six options and used social media to urge residents to vote online.

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The six finalists are: Belong, Connections, The Journey, Forward, Join In and AIR.

“Rather than duke it out with a battle ending in tears, we thought we’d give our loyal participants and fans a chance to voice their opinion,” Saanich Parks and Recreation said in a tweet. Voting closes Nov. 1

Vote here.



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