New Rotary bus stop

| 08/04/2009

(CNS): Members of Rotary Central have relocated an existing bus shelter at the corner of Shedden Road and Eastern Avenue as well as place a shelter at a new location on Eastern Avenue as part of ongoing efforts to improve its Bus Shelter program, started over 20 years ago soon after the Club was chartered in 1986. All advertising revenues from this Rotary Central program have been, and will continue to be, used for community projects, a Rotary release notes.

On Saturday 4 April, a crew of Rotarians – Maggie Jackson, Gilles Langlois, Todd Davey, Paul Keeble, Mike Mandish, Phil Slater and David Phipps – did the hard work. However, they were assisted by CI Precast, ALThompson’s Home Depot and AI Rentals, who donated equipment to complete the work. LIME donated the use of their land for these shelters and continues to support Rotary Central by renting advertising space in the shelter program.

If you wish to have a shelter placed in your area or for advertisingopportunities please call 925-2323 or email rotarycentral@hotmail.

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