Streetstyle plaza being added to Truro's skatepark
TRURO, N.S. - The Town of Truro is adding a $200,000 extension to its existing skatepark.
Some of those involved in planning the ‘Constable Catherine Campbell Kids Awareness Day’ hold the banner up in front of the Truro Police Station. From left to right are Dwight Campbell, Susan Campbell, Sgt. Rick Hickox, Debbie Reid, Erin Adams and Deputy Chief Jim Flemming.
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TRURO, N.S. - Catherine Campbell’s parents are happy to be involved with an event named in honour of their daughter, and they’re looking forward to seeing children enjoying themselves.
The ‘Constable Catherine Campbell Kids Awareness Day’ will be held in front of the Truro Police Station this Saturday with games, touch-a-truck, draws for bicycle helmets, a barbecue and a visit from Police Dog Onyx.
“We’re excited about it and proud to be involved,” said Susan Campbell, Catherine’s mother. “We think this is something Catherine would have liked. We’ll be here on Saturday.”
The event runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. If there is rain it will be held at the front of the Truro Fire Hall.