Paving crew went above and beyond

Construction crew assisted families clean up beach

I have a few words for the construction crew that is working on the bridge over Sucker’s Creek – thank you!

We at Hope Mountain Centre ran a watershed exploration program for families at Sucker’s Creek on July 20. Unfortunately, there was a party on the beach the night before, right where we had planned to set up. The construction crew foreman cleaned up most of the mess before we arrived to set up. Two members of the crew took multiple trips from the road to the beach and back to help get all our equipment where it needed to be.

The crew was working on the parking lot that morning, which made it difficult to access the washrooms across the street. One of the crew assisted the families, who were attending the program from out of town by escorting them safely there and back.

You impressed our out-of-town guests and helped us out greatly. Thanks for going above and beyond.

La Vern Klassen,

Hope

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