Thank you, local businesses!
Caledon creates lasting legacies of the Pan Am Games
With pride, the Town of Caledon officially unveiled a spectacular gravel garden on the northeast corner of Old Church Road and Highway 50. The garden depicts the jumping horse, Caledon’s official icon of the Pan Am Games, and will serve as a reminder of the summer of 2015 for years to come.
“It’s another proud Caledon moment today as we unveil this gravel garden,” said Mayor Allan Thompson. “It is through the relationships with Caledon that this became a reality. Thank you to the businesses who stepped up to create this lasting legacy,” said Mayor Allan Thompson.
Cornerstone Landscaping, Marrex Construction and Excavating Ltd., Sunshine Design and Construction Ltd. and Verti-crete of Bolton played instrumental roles in transforming this quiet corner into a Games’ legacy....