Legacy Fund

Representatives from various Sunshine Coast organizations met Aug. 6 with Sechelt Mayor Darnelda Siegers and Geoff Craig, president, and Dave Lasser, operations manager of the Sunshine Coast Community Forest, to receive cheques from the Legacy Fund. From left: Clarence Li, executive director, and Gabrielle Pape, program coordinator of the Sunshine Coast Association for Community Living ($8,000 for COVID-19 community inclusion support); Sarah Bradley, president of the Roberts Creek Community Association ($7,000 for Hall commercial kitchen upgrades); Dave Lasser; Paul Davis, SCACL self-advocate representative; Simon Grant, hatchery manager for the Sunshine Coast Salmonid Enhancement Society ($40,000 to partly fund two test wells); Susan Kimm-Jones of St. Bart’s Food Bank ($5,400 for cold storage and client shelter); Katherine Reber of SCSES; Pamela McElheran, parish warden of St. Bart’s; Mayor Siegers; Matthew Lovegrove, curator/manager of Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives ($12,000 for improvements to the HVAC system to protect museum visitors and collections); Geoff Craig; Ian Thomson, SCMA director.

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