HALTON HILLS, CA — Since 2008, our community has collaborated to make Earth HourTM a success by participating in this worldwide event by recognizing the need to take action against global warming. Turn off any unnecessary lights and reduce your energy consumption on March 31st, between 8:30pm and 9:30pm, 2012. These practical actions will again demonstrate that it is possible to take meaningful local action against climate change. Building on our past successes, it is important that we take actions throughout the year to benefit the environment.
I once again encourage the participation of our residents, businesses and community organizations. Participation in Earth Hour will help implement the Town’s Green Plan and continue to move all of us towards a more prosperous future with an even higher quality of life.
Since we haven’t received a lot of snow this year, it’s easy to see all of the litter that has collected on our streets and in our neighbourhoods over the winter. Circle these dates on your calendar to help clean-up our beautiful town.
Friday April 20th, 2012 – 22 Minute Halton Hills Makeover
Saturday April 21st, 2012 – Community Clean-Up Day
Saturday April 28th, 2012 – Earth Day Celebration
After nearly 32 years on the job, Joy Thompson has retired from the Town in the position of the Town’s Manager of Recreation Services. Everyone at the town and throughout the community will miss Joy’s presence and we wish her all the best during her retirement.
Congratulations to the winners of the Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce 2011 Business Achievement Awards:
Entrepreneur of the Year: Valerie Leachman, The Way We Were
Employee of the Year: Christina Kelman, TD Canada Trust
Business of the Year: Herminia Henderson,Georgetown Market Place
Green Award: HeritageActon
Congratulations to Laurent Thibault who was namedGeorgetown’s 2011 Citizen of the Year. Laurent has volunteered on countless projects and committees within the Town ofHalton Hills. He is an inspiration to all of us!
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