Thursday, 14 August 2008

Wo-Built Gets its Feet Wet at Mimico’s Party in the Park

Mimico Summer Festival "Greening Our Community"
2008 @
Promoting Community Safety, Strength and Spiri
Tuesday August 5th, 2008
5:30pm - 8:30pm
Mimico Memorial Park
Displayed resources from various Ministries, Departments and Organizations to help our community be more environmentally responsible. Also featuring, Local Dignitaries, Police and Fire Departments, The Toronto Children's Concert Choir (TC3), Hybrid Auto Show, Hot Air Balloon rides, BBQ & Corn Roast, Kidz Zone, Senior's Tent. Donations accepted for Daily Bread Food Bank.
Info: 416.251.2855

As a new resident of the Lakeshore Community, Wo-Built attended the 11th Annual Mimico summer Festival’s “Party in the Park” to mingle with other members of the community. Shortly before the start of the “Party” the skies opened up to give us all a shower. But that didn’t deter the party from happening or from us in attending. There were many booths for visitors to peruse. Amongst the many delicious food stands, the local Girl Guides chapter and The Humane Society, we encountered local MPP – Laurel Broten and Councillor Mark Grimes.

This year’s theme was “Going Green” and TABIA (Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas) had many suggestions for being environmentally friendly. We were quite pleased as this was in keeping with one of Wo-Built’s 2008 initiatives to be more eco friendly. For our part, this year we have partnered with Trees Ontario in an effort to “regreen” Ontario’s forests. As we offer our clients environmentally friendly alternatives in our renovation business we were delighted to learn that other local business were like-minded.

Despite the rain and the threat of thunder storms, a good time was had by all. Wo-Built is proud to be a new member of this vibrant community.

Lonya is the staff writer for Wo-Built Inc.

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