Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington’s (CSGW) road signs are getting a celebratory touch to mark a special anniversary.
To mark 30 Years of CSGW in the City of Guelph and County of Wellington, special 30th anniversary puzzle pieces have been added to road signs throughout the region.
While signs in the County of Wellington were installed by CSGW Board Chair Peter Canning and Board member Rick Beazley, the City of Guelph signs were installed by the City’s Operations Department. The Board appreciates this assistance as there are more than 20 signs scattered through the CSGW territory.
The puzzle piece, referring to the puzzle of solving a crime and the missing puzzle piece being the key information provided by an anonymous Tipster, has a large red “30” on it, as well as 1988-2018 – the year of incorporation, as well as the 30th anniversary of that date.
The road signs are a reminder to local motorists to report crime anonymously and confidentially as they move through the City of Guelph and County of Wellington, and to visitors who are passing through.
To further mark this milestone, the Board is hosting a two-part celebration on August 3. The first is a flag raising on Main Street Mount Forest in front of the Museum & Archives at 10:30 a.m., followed by free barbecue, celebratory cake and some great giveaways at 11 a.m. at Murphy’s Park on Murphy Street, Mount Forest.
This is an open invitation to join in and Celebrate 30 Years of CSGW! Please drop by!