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Municipal Awareness Week highlights partnerships and services of local government.

Municipal Awareness Week

Municipal Awareness Week. That's the week set aside to get to know your municipal government and its representatives. What does they do? What decisions do they make? How do they work for residents, businesses and organizations in the community? What services do they provide?

During this week (November 19 to 25), the Municipality has scheduled a couple of events to highlight some of our partnerships, duties, and services.

  • Follow @chestermun on Twitter, ChesterMunicipality on Facebook, or @chestermuni on Instagram to see daily posts about our beloved Municipality.
  • Join us and Student Council on Thursday, November 22 at Forest Heights Community School at 9:10am for a special Committee of the Whole Committee meeting. Can't be there? Join the action on Facebook because we will livestream the meeting.  UPDATE November 22, 2018 - due to the cancellation of Schools, the location of the meeting has been changed to Council Chambers, 151 King Street, Chester at 9:10 a.m.
  • Stay tuned to our website and social media accounts for photographs of our classroom assembly with the RCMP, local fire department, and municipal councillor at New Ross Consolidated School on Friday, November 24 at 1:00pm.
  • Join us for a gentle, interpretive hike under the hemlocks along the shores of beautiful Card Lake Provincial Park on Saturday, November 24 from 10:00am to 12:30pm. Learn interesting tidbits of information along the way regarding local flora & fauna. Maybe even try some cranberries from the lakeshore…no sugar provided! Card Lake Provincial Park is on the Windsor Road (Hwy 14), approximately 15 minutes inland from highway 103 at exit 8. Register by Thursday, November 22 with the Recreation Department at 902-275-3490 or email recreation@chester.ca 



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