A major player in Canada’s Social Sector is coming to Muskoka.
On June 15th, the president and Chief Executive Officer of Habitat for Humanity Canada Mark Rodgers will be meeting with town representatives at the Kerr Park Chalet in Bracebridge.
Rodgers took his position with the not-for-profit organization in 2014 and, according to habitat officials, is recognized as one of Canada’s top 25 influential leaders in the Canadian Social Sector.
CEO for Habitat for Humanity Gateway North David Morris says Rodgers will be joining the local team to celebrate the beginning of the build season in Muskoka.
The duplex in Huntsville kicks off this month, with the four plex build in Bracebridge kicking off in July.
Rodgers and the rest of the habitat crew will be meeting with local dignitaries from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at the chalet.