Thank you to Dave Saunders and his students from the Community Based Construction Program at St.Thomas Aquinas High School Lindsay. Shelter is located next to KTCT by PickSeed - Eldon Rd Oakwood.
for the construction of a beautiful Sun Shelter along the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail near Eldon Road (Pic Seed).
Volunteers representing 8 out of the 11 managing partners attended an information session at Fleming College about KTCT.
Photo shows free parking for Kawartha Trans Canada Trail users who visit Fleming College. Parking is available directly north of the Student Residences on Auk Drive.
In memory of Marg Fevang the family requested funds to be donated to the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail. Ron, Jeff and Mark Fevang agreed that a stone inukshuk would be an appropriate reminder of their wife and mother and she would be very honoured to have such a trail marker erected in her memory. On May 15, 2010 the Stone Inukshuk was dedicated in her memory with over 75 people attending.
On Saturday May 15, 2010 the official unveiling of the Fred DeNure Donation Wall for the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail happen. The cloudy, cool day did not stop over 125 people from attending. Those who donate over $50 will be given a tax receipt and their name on the donation wall that is located next to the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail on the campus of Fleming College. Anyone interested in donating please email us and we will send you a donation form.