On Thursday April 18 Glenmerry Elementary School, along with their Parent Advisory Council (PAC), were pleased to welcome Kootenay West MLA Katrine Conroy, Trail Mayor Lisa Pasin, City of Trail councillors, Kootenay-Columbia school district board trustess and many community partners to the grand opening of their newest playground. This project was a huge undertaking by the PAC and could not have been successful without many community partners and the wonderful families at Glenmerry. The PAC said it was so grateful to be part of this wonderful supportive community. Photo courtesy of ATCO Wood Products

New playground for Trail’s Glenmerry School

PAC and community partners bring project to reality

PAC and community partners bring project to reality

 

Lisa Babcock- PAC Chair, Nicole Morris - PAC Vice-Chair, Minister Conroy, Santanna Hernandez - PAC Secretary.

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