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CVADA spreads some cheer


Volunteers Philip MacIsaac (left) and Matt English were among those who worked to string the lights around the Wetlands Centre. – © Alice Downey Keeping

UPPER FERRY – The Codroy Valley Area Development Association (CVADA) has decorated the Wetlands Centre for the first time ever this year.

Board member Alice Downey Keeping said that the lights were added “in hopes that it would put a smile on people’s faces over this very different Christmas season! This is the first time it has ever been done! There are a lot of nice comments from people passing by! It’s such a busy corner!”

Located on a busy corner, the Wetlands Centre is in a perfect spot to help spread some Christmas cheer. Keeping praised the volunteers who took the time to put up the light display.

“We actually got it started on Wednesday (Dec. 9) and had some help from Patsy Brownrigg. Matt and Everett, these two men are working on a CEEP project with the board, mostly working on the Coastang Trail,” said Keeping.

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