Lehigh Open House

Massive machinery to climb on, a giant sand pile to dig in, a free barbecue lunch to tuck into – what’s not to love about Lehigh Material’s annual open house? Held Saturday, Sept. 8, the event drew hundreds of folks to explore and learn about the huge gravel mine in Sechelt. Pictured is Jack Lukeniuk, safety manager for Lehigh BC, who is passionate about the Zero Harm program that promotes workplace safety. See more photos in our online galleries at www.coastreporter.net/photos-videos

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