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Help Elected Council choose splash pad

OHSWEKEN – After months of decision making and waiting for approval from different organizations, the community is soon going to get it’s new splash pad. Six Nations Parks and Recreation has received funding from the Community Trust to build the new splash pad beside the Community Hall. Six Nations Elected Council has received 3D renderings

OHSWEKEN – After months of decision making and waiting for approval from different organizations, the community is soon going to get it’s new splash pad.

Six Nations Parks and Recreation has received funding from the Community Trust to build the new splash pad beside the Community Hall. Six Nations Elected Council has received 3D renderings of two different possible splash pads and is asking the community “Which one do you like better?”

One boasts giant water-squirting flowers and in-ground geysers, while the other showcases swirling showers and an open water-blasting tunnel. Both options are sure to keep children (and maybe some adults) cool during the hot summers while having fun at the same time.

To make your voice heard and to cast your vote, go to the Six Nations Elected Council’s Facebook page and “like” which one of the two options you prefer by this Friday, May 27.

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