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Meridian Community Centre capital campaign passes $3 million goal

Meridian Community Centre capital campaign passes $3 million goal

The Town of Pelham has received more than their goal of $3 million dollars for the Meridian Community Centre capital fundraising campaign. The announcement was made at the July 16/2018 meeting of Pelham Council. “The Town greatly appreciates the support from the community,” said Mayor Dave Augustyn in a press release. “It is heartwarming to […]

Exploring family history through art

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Exploring family history through art

Brock University press release – Old family photos were given new life during a special Brock workshop held last week. Fifteen young artists from St. Catharines spent the week working with Visual Arts Professor Amy Friend to explore their family history and create new works of art. During the workshop organized by Rodman Hall Art […]

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SUP community comes together for cancer fundraiser

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SUP community comes together for cancer fundraiser

What started as a solitary journey for Welland’s Maddi Leblanc to honour some friends who lost their battle with brain cancer has become a day of celebration within the community of friends helping Maddi to raise money to help combat brain cancer. Sunday July 15/2018 was her fifth On Board event, a stand up paddling […]

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Pelham holds open house at new community centre

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Pelham holds open house at new community centre

Residents of Pelham were treated to a sneak peek Saturday July 14/2018 of their new Meridian Community Centre. The Town of Pelham held an open house so that residents could see the new facilities before the user groups get in and get their programs underway. “So many people have come together to make this a […]

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Bright lights and energy savings from LED upgrade

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Bright lights and energy savings from LED upgrade

The City’s investment in LED street lights has paid off with brighter roads and improved energy consumption. The LED conversion project started in November 2015 and wrapped up May 2018, seven months ahead of schedule. Out of the 14,791 street lights in St. Catharines, 13,823 are now LED, or roughly 93 per cent of all […]

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Rotary Park improvements unveiled

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Rotary Park improvements unveiled

Parks and trails add to the quality of life the community enjoys here in St. Catharines and recent improvements at Rotary Park continues the City’s work creating places everyone can enjoy. Recently, Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament for Niagara Centre, Mayor Walter Sendzik, members of City Council and members of the Rotary Club of St. […]

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