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Item PH25568 - West Gwillimbury-Bradford Centennial Park officially Opened By Lieut. Governor Hon. W. Earl Rowe

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West Gwillimbury-Bradford Centennial Park officially Opened By Lieut. Governor Hon. W. Earl Rowe

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  • 1967-09-13 (Creation)

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Bradford Witness

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West Gwillimbury-Bradford Centennial Park Officially Opened by Lieut. Governor Hon. W. Earl Rowe.

The West Gwillimbury and Bradford Centennial Park was officially opened on Saturday afternoon September 9, by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Hon. W. Earl Rowe.

Ont the platform with Hon. and Mrs. Rowe were members of council for West Gwillimbury and Bradford and West Gwillimbury and Bradford Parks Board, the Warden and Clerk of Simcoe County, the Lions and Rotary V.I.P. Committee and the wives of a few of the officials.

His Honor, the Lieutenant Governor, reviewed the development and growth of the Bradford district, speaking on this subject from his wealth of knowledge. His address was a highlight of the day and his presence and officiating at this memorable occasion in the life of the community was appreciated by everyone.

The day also marked the turning on of the new lights for the ball park, and the Lieutenant Governor performed this duty.

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Bradford Witness and South Simcoe Times
Wednesday, September 13, 1967
Vol. 102, No. 37
Page 1 Column 5
Microfilm Reel #83

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