Only hours to go before voting deadline on Kraft Heinz Project Play

Saugeen Shores is coming down to the deadline wire in the Kraft Heinz Project Play

Rotary Hall at the Plex in Port Elgin (Saugeen Shores) was a beehive of flying fingers on computers on Saturday morning with people voting on-line.  The voting continues throughout today, tonight and tomorrow until noon (Sunday).

                                                  All computers occupied on Saturday morning

Saugeen Shores proposed Lamont Sports Park was selected as one of four projects across Canada to vie for a $250,000 prize but it all depends on support numbers.  As of noon on Saturday, the Plex number was at 42,012 votes.

“Something I find remarkable in this show of community support ire the ages of people who are participating,” said Councilor Cheryl Grace.¬† “It has become a real inter-generational¬† endeavour that is wonderful to see.”

 Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker stopped by to       vote and got a helping hand from Councilor and ball                               player, Kristan Shrider

For anyone looking for an activity today, why not drop by the Kraft Kool-Aid Centre at Rotary Hall in the Plex and cast your vote(s) and be part of the community.

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Vice-Deputy Mike Myatt who has been there since Friday, sleeping on a cot, says that he has had former residents from as far away as British Columbia voting for the Saugeen Shores project.

   Vice-Deputy Mayor Mike Myatt (L) lends a helping hand           to  Southampton Rotarian, John Cherrie

Voting is easy… go to www.kraftheinzprojectplay.com. Our Project name is Lamont Sports Park… VOTE AND VOTE OFTEN.

While the Plex was busy, some took the project to the streets in Port Elgin.  The Wolfe and Kranenburg families set up voting displays at the corner of Green and Goderich Streets to encourage everyone to VOTE and had drivers honking their horns in support.

Jeff Myatt (L) updates the numbers given by Deputy Mayor Don¬† ¬† Matheson … the number at 2:00 p.m. was over 47,000 – an¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† increase of 3,000 in two hours!