My bouquets to all those young people bravely soaring through our summer skies in gliders. I was in Calgary recently awaiting the arrival of WestJet’s Comox flight and much to my delight a group of air cadets arrived to meet their families and I wish you could have seen the pride and excitement on those faces as they celebrated their accomplishments. So what’s a little noise!
Why is the paint peeling off the underside of the overhang on the front of our new airport terminal after only eight years? I would hope such repairs are under manufacturer’s warranty.
Project Watershed would like to thank the Vanier Environment Club for their generous donation of $250. This money was raised from fundraising events carried out during the school year. In addition to money, these green young people also provided their time with organizing and putting on some estuary events. According to Maye Davis, the club voted overwhelmingly to donate the money to Project Watershed Society as a deserving environmental group. Donations such as this help with projects such as preserving the integrity of our estuary, mapping streams and putting on educational programs. For more information on the Streamkeepers course coming up in October and other activities of the society, go to www.projectwatershed.ca.