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Sudbury Catholic Schools Gets Big Boost from the Community of Killarney
(L-R); Gilles Legault, Angie Burke, Jule Lefort (Municipality of Killarney Staff) present Dawn Wemigwans, Vice-Principal of the Killarney-Shebanoning Outdoor Environmental Education Centre with the cheque for $20,000.

October 20, 2009 - The Sudbury Catholic District School Board's Outdoor Education Centre is one step closer to completion thanks to a huge financial boost from the municipality of Killarney.

The Killarney Shebanoning Outdoor Environmental Education Centre received a cheque from the municipality for the sum of $20,000. Dawn Wemigwans, Vice-Principal of the Centre was thrilled that the municipality was able to contribute to the Centre's development. "The municipality of Killarney has given us its full support from the very beginning of this project,” stated Wemigwans. From our first original meeting with the town and its community members a year ago, Killarney has been a true partner." Three staff members of the municipality office presented Wemigwans with the cheque. "This money is a significant sum, and will go toward our next steps in making this centre a truly unique adventure for all that come to experience it."

The Sudbury Catholic District School Board is once again very thankful to the town of Killarney for continuing to champion the Centre.

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