Coast Reporter Radio: Supporting marine search and rescue and exploring the need to bowl


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This week on Coast Reporter Radio: a couple of stories about marine search and rescue and our reaction to a survey about what’s missing when it comes to activities and nightlife on the Sunshine Coast.

Show Notes:

An archive story from 2004 about Strike Zone in Gibsons, the bowling alley run by Al Holt, who was a candidate for mayor of Sechelt in October and suggested a new bowling alley as one of the things needed to revitalize downtown.

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