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Parkinson Activity Centre open for business

Parkinson Activity Centre architect Calvin Meiklejohn looks over his vision now turned into a reality.  - Doug Farrow/Contributor
Parkinson Activity Centre architect Calvin Meiklejohn looks over his vision now turned into a reality.
— image credit: Doug Farrow/Contributor

The opening of the Parkinson Activity Centre last Thursday was marked with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Facility architect Calvin Meiklejohn was there to see the building filled with people meeting, learning and enjoying themselves.

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