Podunk Below the Masthead Friday, May 15, 2009

Blockstock is back on the agenda for Seafest weekend, the School District formulates a plan for H1N1 and the students of Prince Rupert create works of art and raise funds for Transition House. Some of the Friday offerings in the Daily News.

BLOCKSTOCK IS BACK IN PRINCE RUPERT-- The city’s outdoor music festival, normally tied in with Seafest weekend will return this year, thanks to some organizational help from some local business owners. Ted Keehn, Ted Sylvester and Joe Viscount have come together to keep the Blockstock groove happening. All that stands in the way of roadblock is a lack of talent, the organizers need at least six bands to sign up for the evenings showbill to make it work. Hopeful acts should contact Ted Keehn at Teddy’s downtown for more details…

(from  the blog a town called podunk, click on the link below to see the entire article atowncalledpodunk.blogspot.com/2 … 9221105846 )-