CSGW Visits Township of Centre Wellington

To kick off the 30th Anniversary Tour of local municipalities, Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington (CSGW) appeared as a delegation at the Feb. 26th meeting of the Township of Centre Wellington Council. 

This provided the opportunity to share the recent activities of CSGW, as well as update council members on the stats for the program. Council was invited to think of CSGW whenever a community partnership presented itself. Council was given the example of Grand River Raceway in Elora as an example of a local organization that has partnered with the program. Grand Trivia Night has been a sold out success for two years.

Members of Township of Centre Wellington Council mark the 30th Anniversary of CSGW with a Flag holding photo opportunity following the February 26, 2018 meeting.


Following the council meeting, members posted with Program Coordinator Sarah Bowers-Peter and the CSGW flag. Those on hand for the photo include, from left, Councillors Steven VanLeeuwen, Kirk McElwain, Stephen Kitras, Mayor Kelly Linton, Councillor Mary Lloyd, Bowers-Peter, Councillors Don Fisher and Fred Morris.

Mayor Linton thanked CSGW for attending and updating council, noting the contributions it has made to making Centre Wellington a safe community.

CSGW was incorporated in August 1988, and 2018 marks 30 years of anonymous, confidential crime reporting in the County of Wellington and City of Guelph.


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