Bancroft says goodbye to sustainable building class

Community members from Bancroft and beyond gathered out front of the newly constructed straw bale canteen in Riverside Park on Friday, Aug. 22 to say farewell and thank you to the 18 Sir Sandford Fleming College (SSFC) students who worked on the project since they broke ground last April. Representatives from the all of the project’s partners came out to show their support and gratitude to the students for their contribution to the community, including the Mayor of Bancroft Bernice Jenkins along with her fellow council members Deputy Mayor Wayne Wiggins and Councillor Peter Whitehead.
 

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