Donors and members of the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin following the installation of the solar energy system (Submitted)

Donors and members of the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin following the installation of the solar energy system (Submitted)

Solar energy system donated and installed at Boys and Girls Club Wetaskiwin

A solar energy system has been installed at the Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin Early Learning and Childcare Centre with the support and leadership of the John Maude and Susan Quinn Charitable Foundation and multiple other community donors.

Donors for the project included Maude Financial Inc,. Robert and Evelyn Dyck, Miles Cymbaluk, Rod’s Pharmacy Ltd., Dr. Lorraine Oliver and Dr. Bruce Johnson, Richard Gregory, Bridget Maude and Adam Berg, Berron Builders Ltd., Jessica Maude and Jarod McKenzie, and the John Maude and Susan Quinn Charitable Foundation.

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“This is an exciting project for our organization as we look forward to learning and sharing our experiences and outcomes with our staff, children, youth, and their families, increasing knowledge of solar energy within all our programs and throughout the community,” says executive director of the Boys and Girls Club Wetaskiwin, Dana Badke.

“This is a wonderful early learning opportunity that may influence change as our participants grow and become active participants in civil society.”



shaela.dansereau@pipestoneflyer.ca

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