Clement visits community Cenotaph at Bracebridge's Memorial Park
Parry Sound-Muskoka MP Tony Clement was in Bracebridge recently to review construction on the community Cenotaph in Memorial Park. Tony Clement donated part of the proceeds from his Charity Golf Classic to have the work done. Clement says it was an honour to be able to direct those funds to such a worthwhile project. He also adds that he would like to thank everyone who attended his golf classic to make this donation possible. In the spring, additional work to the Cenotaph will be done, including lifting interlocking stone, a new base and resetting the stones.
REFURBISHED CENOTAPH: Parry Sound-Muskoka MP Tony Clement (centre) reviews maintenance work done to the Bracebridge Cenotaph along with (l-r) Royal Canadian Legion Branch 161 Service Officer Jack Ellis, President Shirley Ruttan; Ken Hammell, and 2nd Vice-President Craig Wilson. Proceeds from Clement`s annual charity golf tournament provided funds for the cleaning and stone work.
PHOTO SUBMITTED BY: Tony Clement