TOWNSHIP RECEIVES FUNDING FROM TRENVAL FOR TRAIL UPGRADES


The Township of Stirling-Rawdon is pleased to be the recipient of a Community Economic Development Grant of $8,000 from Trenval.  This grant was provided to assist with upgrades to the trail system to make it more accessible for people of all ages and abilities.

 

“The trail is to be upgraded with fitness stations along with benches and garbage containers as well as renovating existing washrooms to be accessible.  The trail will be more accessible with a hard surface that will enhance and promote active living for all to enjoy,” said Mayor Bob Mullin.

 

“Trenval is pleased to provide support to this project, not only for Stirling-Rawdon residents, but also for the surrounding communities to enjoy a trail that is accessible.  Creating healthy communities helps cultivate a productive community fueling future economic growth,” says Jamie O’Shea, Trenval Board member.

 

Trenval is funded by the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario and is governed by a local volunteer board of directors.  Trenval has been assisting start-up and expanding businesses with information and counselling, community strategic planning, community economic development and business financing in the Quinte Region since 1987, with a focus on job impact.  More information is available at www.trenval.on.ca.

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For more information, contact:

Township of Stirling-Rawdon                          Trenval Development Corporation

Roxanne Hearns, CAO/Treasurer                   Amber Darling, Executive Director

613-395-3380                                                  613-961-7999 ex 225

cao-treasurer@stirling-rawdon.com              adarling@trenval.ca

 

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