Veteran’s Memorial Garden Committee update:
As of October 18, 2018 we are getting ready to place fill and level the area for top soil and sod which will be laid in the spring. When the sods have been laid we will be putting together some ideas for the layout of the garden. At that time we will seek input from the community to what they would like to see in the Veteran’s Memorial Garden. The committee is hoping to have most if not all of the work done by local contractors and/or volunteers in the area.
To date we have raised over $20,000.00 with the support of many individuals and groups.
On behalf of the Veteran’s Memorial Garden Committee I would like to thank all of the individuals and groups that have supported our ongoing project.
Chairperson of the Veteran’s Memorial Garden Committee
Announcement re: Veteran’s Memorial Garden
The Town of Woody Point and the Royal Canadian Legion, Br. 45 would like to announce that the Town has received a Licence to Occupy the land on Water Street.
We are now able to move forward with the development of the Veteran’s Memorial Garden.
We will be looking for funds from Federal, Provincial, and local levels of Government, all levels of the Royal Canadian Legion and local contributors as well.
We would like to thank everyone for the local support we have received to date and hope you will continue to support this community project.
Thank you in advance,
Veteran’s Memorial Garden Committee
Fred Maclean, Chair
Aiden Crewe, Legion Representative
Inez Kelly, Legion Representative
Steve Galliott, Council Representative
Jacqueline Blanchard, Town Representative, and Committee Administrator
Allan Wilton, Woody Point Representative
Perry Burden, Glenburnie-Birchy Head-Shoal Brook Representative
Wilbert Parsons, Trout River Representative