Hydro One donates $5000 to the Sturgeon Point Association

The Sturgeon Point Association's Lynne Manning accepts a $5000 cheque from Jack Steele of Hydro One.
The Sturgeon Point Association’s Lynne Manning accepts a $5000 cheque from Jack Steele of Hydro One.

On Saturday November 29th Hydro One representative Jack Steele presented the Sturgeon Point Association with a cheque for $5000.00 from Hydro One’s Power Play initiative. Hydro One’s contribution will be used towards a multi-purpose court in the park. The official opening of the completed project will take place on July 4th 2009.
SPA raised over $120,000 from village residents, corporate sponsers, CoKL and a variety of foundations to replace and refurbish the playground at Sturgeon Point.
On hand for the donation are, from left to right:  Jill Hunt, Greg Taylor, Jack Steele of Hydro One, Tom Anders, Lynne Manning, Maureen McKellar, CoKL Councillor Pete Cziraky, and Bob Barrett.

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