The Dining Car Servicing Project is now complete!

Funded by a generous $30,000 Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) Capital grant received by the CWHC in May 2016, we are pleased to announce that the Dining Car Servicing Project has been successfully completed on time and on budget!Ontario Trillium Foundation

This project had three separate distinct phases:

  1. the installation of water and sewer services by Riddell Contracting;
  2. the installation of electrical services by Dunn Electric;
  3. and the construction of the station decking extension to the Dining Car by T.McComb Sawmill.

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The only visible parts of this project are the water and sewer connection points located under the Dining Car, the new electrical meter on the waterfront side of the car and the beautiful new decking extension from the station to the car, complete with a wide step to make access to the car easier.

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We would like to thank CWHC Super Volunteers John West and Bob Henderson and CWHC Board Directors Linda Droine and Norm Playter who were instrumental in getting this project completed. Others who assisted were members of the CHWC Dining Car Committee, Jan Chamberlain, Seann O’Donoughue, Bill King, Brian Hopson and Bob Droine.

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With the services and decking in place we are moving into the next phase, “Refurbishing the Dining Car Kitchen”. The CWHC recently received a $12,000 grant from the Community Foundation Grey Bruce for the renovation of the kitchen. We need to raise an additional $10,000 to purchase kitchen appliances and equip the kitchen so that it can be opened to the public in 2017!  The Dining Car kitchen is critical to the success of the entire Dining Car Project. Please join us in bringing the Dining Car Project closer to its completion by supporting our “Kitchen Kampaign”.

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