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A couple of weeks ago, Bob Gibson, Chair of the Pelham Community Centre Oversight Committee, presented an upbeat update to Council. You will recall that Council addressed suggestions from the public for proper project supervision by establishing Community Centre Oversight Committee. The committee includes two community members, one Council rep, and the Chief Administrative Officer. This committee works to ensure that the Town receives value-for-money in every aspect of the project, the project gets delivered on time and on budget, and to provide the community with consistent and timely updates.
The Flames left the Sharks in the smoke at the Thursday night game this past week. Sophi Priestley was dominant in the batters box with two solid hits which left the Sharks scrambling to grab the ball to make the play. Trent Boyd was a solid wall at short stop with his golden glove and power throw to first. George Furness had his game face on ready to show off his skills trapping every ball that came his way. The cheers were loud, the spirits were high and the coaches were proud!
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