Town to hold public info session on Fairy Lake Projects

October 1, 2015

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 Plan to attend a public information session on October 5th at 6:30pm, at the Fairy Lake Rotary Pavilion, to present the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund particulars.

Fairy Lake Pavilion

The funding will take place over the next couple of years should the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund application be successful. These potential projects will further enhance the refurbishments that the Town of Saugeen Shores already has received funding for at Fairy Lake through the Canada 150 Infrastructure Grant.

Jayne Jagelewski, Community Services Director for the Town of Saugeen Shores, says “the funding that the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund provides allows the community to take pride in the heritage of Saugeen Shores and keep the park lands a place for all to continue to enjoy.”

This grant is being spearheaded by SauGreen for the Environment Inc, but will involve several community groups to bring the vision of this grant to fruition.

"We are pleased with the response of other community groups to be part of these exciting enhancements around Fairy Lake," says Victoria Serda of SauGreen. "Community projects like this prove just how important park lands like Fairy Lake are to our community."

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Fairy Lake by Bob Love

What: Public information Session for Great Lakes Guardian Fund Application


When: Oct 5th, 2015

Time: 6:30 – 8:00pm

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