Rotary Club of Guelph Charitable Foundation Chair Marty Fairburn, Rotary Club of Guelph President Nanita Mohan, and Rotary Guelph Centennial Committee Co-Chair Carolyn Weatherson breaking ground on the new Guelph Lake Nature Centre!
This amazing project supports education for youth and will be a great space for the entire community! In 2016, the Rotary Club of Guelph's board mandated the formation of a Centennial Committee to find a meaningful project to celebrate our 100 years of service above self. The Centennial Committee, co-chaired also by Jim Mackenzie, settled on a project after consulting with the community and all club members, that supported all the service committees of the Club at the time: Youth, Environment, Community Outreach, and Seniors. The accessible trails and education components support everyone without exception in our community.
Breaking ground on the new Guelph Lake Nature Centre is a great day for our region and a proud day for our Club!