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If you are looking for opportunities to give back to your community, meet new people, have new experiences, volunteering with the Campbellville Community Association could be the right place for you! We are currently looking for volunteers to fill a variety of positions within our community organization.

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Name the new Parkette / Garden CONTEST

The Campbellville Community Association, in partnership with the Town of Milton and Halton Region, have been working for a few years now to convert the corner of Guelph Line (Main Street) and Reid Sideroad from an abandoned lot to a parkette/garden.

The backhoe is on-site, with the hope that much of the garden will be ready by Celebrate Campbellville (June 20, 2015)!

We received more than 20 potential names for the garden from the community, and have narrowed the list down to four.

Now we need your help!

 Let us know which one(s) you like the best. Vote for as many as you wish.

We’ll take the most popular one, and submit it to the Town of Milton Naming Committee for approval.

The four potential names are:

·       Village Gate

·       Centennial Garden

·       Burns Centennial Garden

·       Clare Laking Garden

Name

Reason for the Name

Village Gate

Captures the fact that it is at the edge and also that it is an entrance to the village.

Centennial Garden

The Garden was started during the year of the centennial (2014) of Campbellville becoming a Police Village.

Burns Centennial Garden

Original land owner was Burns.  Burns probably built the dwelling and lived there from 1891-1903.  There was a conservation area named after Burns but that was renamed a couple of years ago.

Charles Clarence “Clare” Laking Garden

He was one of the last 5 surviving Canadian veterans of WW1 that fought on the front lines.  He was born and raised on a farm near Campbellville and died at age 106 in Toronto.  http://articles.latimes.com/2005/dec/03/local/me-laking3

Please send your vote to Ruth at Membership@Campbellville.net. Voting ends March 20.

Garden Sketch

Home to one of the smallest Conservation Areas in Canada

The quaint hamlet of Campbellville is one of the best places to live in Ontario. Set amongst the beauty of the Niagara Escarpment and surrounded by all the best nature has to offer, yet minutes to the 401 and major city centres. A rustic setting provides a backdrop for spas, shops, restaurants, antique stores and a down home country feeling Campbellville has become known for.

 

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