Thanks to all who help keep community looking great

News May 14, 2010 Ancaster News

We would like to extend our thanks to all the people who came out to help us with the annual Cootes Paradise Clean- Up, including the hard-working and ambitious crew from Curves Gym.

All ages were represented and gathered the garbage from Spencer's Creek to Princess Point. We are fortunate to live in this beautiful area and are heartened by the generosity and efforts of the many people who help to keep it this way. This year it was particularly distressing to see the amount of broken bottles that with just a modicum of extra effort could have been recycled.

Thank you to all those who take the time and care to keep our community looking great.

Natasha Turner on behalf of McMaster's Outdoor Club, Hamilton- Wentworth Stewardship Council, MacGreen and Friends of Ian Gray

Thanks to all who help keep community looking great

News May 14, 2010 Ancaster News

We would like to extend our thanks to all the people who came out to help us with the annual Cootes Paradise Clean- Up, including the hard-working and ambitious crew from Curves Gym.

All ages were represented and gathered the garbage from Spencer's Creek to Princess Point. We are fortunate to live in this beautiful area and are heartened by the generosity and efforts of the many people who help to keep it this way. This year it was particularly distressing to see the amount of broken bottles that with just a modicum of extra effort could have been recycled.

Thank you to all those who take the time and care to keep our community looking great.

Natasha Turner on behalf of McMaster's Outdoor Club, Hamilton- Wentworth Stewardship Council, MacGreen and Friends of Ian Gray

Thanks to all who help keep community looking great

News May 14, 2010 Ancaster News

We would like to extend our thanks to all the people who came out to help us with the annual Cootes Paradise Clean- Up, including the hard-working and ambitious crew from Curves Gym.

All ages were represented and gathered the garbage from Spencer's Creek to Princess Point. We are fortunate to live in this beautiful area and are heartened by the generosity and efforts of the many people who help to keep it this way. This year it was particularly distressing to see the amount of broken bottles that with just a modicum of extra effort could have been recycled.

Thank you to all those who take the time and care to keep our community looking great.

Natasha Turner on behalf of McMaster's Outdoor Club, Hamilton- Wentworth Stewardship Council, MacGreen and Friends of Ian Gray