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Steps to Stop the Silence

Last Year Center Wellington Councillor Neil Dunsmore embarked on a heart felt journey, to raise awareness for mental health issues in our community and across our country. He walked from the Center Wellington Councillor Chamber’s in Elora to the Peace Officer’s Memorial in Ottawa, on Sunday September 27th.

The total journey was approximately 500 km and Neil kept his goal keep a pace of 30 km a day.

 

Neil raised a spectacular $26,485.00 which was a well needed amount for the Cody Shepperd Project which in turn went to our friends at Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Centre Wellington, Integrated Youth Services Network of Centre Wellington and Family & Youth Services to support a PTSD program. 

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts Neil, you rock!

 

IN THE NEWS

DARCIE SHEPPERD LIVE ON THE RADIO WITH THE GRAND AT 101

August 16th, 2018

This morning, Darcie Shepperd had the honour of being on the radio with The Grand at 101 to talk about our upcoming golf tournament. If you would like to watch, please click the link below!

DARCIE AND PAUL SHEPPERD WITH THE WELLINGTON ADVERTISER

August 17th, 2018

Darcie and Paul Shepperd received a wonderful donation from an organization close to theirs and Cody's heart, Fins and Skins. Cody was the first recipient of funds raised towards the Pan Am Championship in 2013. To read more, click the link below!