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The tea not only celebrates Canada’s sesquicentennial, but also the latest renovation project at the Institute group’s community centre and the unveiling of the fifth panel outlining the community’s history.
Renovation work, carried out with the assistance of a New Horizons grant, include an exterior ramp to make the main floor of the community centre wheelchair accessible, new windows and door and improvements to the basement.
The Knutsford Women’s Institute will also pay tribute to their longest serving and still very active member, Empress McDowell. At 98, she’s nine years older than her institute group. McDowell, who faithfully attends and supports WI functions and volunteers three days a week at the Margaret Stewart Ellis long term care home. Her institute group will also acknowledge the six lines of five generations in her family.
Steven Betts, left and Kevin Adams from Adams and Buchanan Construction carry out renovations to the Knutsford Women’s Institute’s community centre. The work, which includes a new ramp, door and windows, is expected to be completed in time for the WI’s Canada 150 Heritage Tea. Tickets to the Canada 150 Heritage Tea are available at ScotiaBank, O’Leary and from Knutsford WI members.