The future of the Margo Fournier Centre is under threat, to the dismay of the community.
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Concerned citizens Terra Lennox-Zepp, Conrad Burns, Mary Ethier and Ruth Griffith gather together to discuss what can be done to save the Margo Fournier Centre and prepare for Monday’s city council meeting.
Over the weekend, a group of concerned citizens gathered together to prepare for Monday’s city council meeting.
The Margo Fournier Centre supporters have organized and now have five representatives to speak during the council meeting, including Terra Lennox-Zepp, Gloria Bell, Craig Thebaud, Kimberly Stonechild and Nicole Rancourt.
These five individuals will be sharing why the centre should be saved and will also present their petition, which states, “I oppose the closing of the Margo Fournier Center,” and now has more than 200 signatures.
"I believe the crowd coming to the meeting will be key to convincing some council members to save the Margo Fournier Centre" Lennox-Zepp said.
The group encourages members of the public to attend the meeting at 5 p.m. in support of the Margo Fournier Centre.
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