Councillor, Roger Watt, had some good news for Huron county council at their last meeting.
The camps are designed for youth ages seven to 12.
The change is meant to improve the way the service is provided in multiple communities so clients don’t have to travel to the main location in Clinton.
Huron County council has approved a motion to send out an RFP to get a third party to look at the county’s emergency shelter this winter.
The information can be used as a basis to form the next strategic plan for economic development in Huron County.
Communications Manager, Chera Longston said they’re anticipating a few vacancies on their Board and trustees will be elected, along with municipal councillors, in this October’s election.
Blyth Festival Artistic Director, Gil Garratt said the support from the Province has been amazing.
Public Works Manager, Maggie Off says the camps run from July 11th to August 26th.
Huron County’s Children’s Services division and EarlyON Program Facilitators are celebrating 20 years of providing Early Learning and Parenting programs for families in Huron.
The Lake Huron Coastal Centre is now accepting applications for its Coastal Conservation Youth Corp.