GLENWOOD -- Drumlin Heights Consolidated School held its graduation ceremony Tuesday afternoon, June 28.
Thirty students graduated from the Glenwood, Yarmouth County, school this year.
Here are some pictures from graduation day at Drumlin Heights.
WEDGEPORT -- There was good news Tuesday for Royal Canadian Legion Branch 155 in Wedgeport, which is getting over $57,000 in government funding to help with repairs and upgrades for its hall.
The federal government is providing $40,250 for the Wedgeport legion branch and the Municipality of Argyle is giving $15,000. West Nova MP Colin Fraser and Argyle Warden Aldric d’Entremont officially announced the funding to legion members and others at the legion hall.
A portion of the federal funding – $16,250 – is being made through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. The work includes the installation of three heat pumps and upgrades to the washroom facilities, which has been done. Work underway or starting soon includes improvements to the electrical room and repairs to the building’s steps and roof.
The federal government is contributing $24,000 through the New Horizons for Seniors Program. The work includes roof repairs, new insulation for the ceiling, the replacement of an access ramp and exterior kitchen door.
“Repairs to this facility will not only improve its structural integrity and efficiency,” Fraser said. “They ensure that the legion is a place that is worthy of the veterans who use it. What is more, they ensure that the surrounding community, who rely on the legion for events like community breakfasts, bingos and other celebrations, have access to a quality facility.”
The municipal contribution of $15,000 is part of a new initiative in which the Municipality of Argyle is partnering with community halls (starting with three…