The Municipality of Colchester was recently recognized for its $100,000 contribution to the Colchester - East Hants Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association’s new building.
On behalf of Council, Colchester Mayor Christine Blair and Deputy Mayor Geoff Stewart attended a reception held Thursday, November 28, that involved the unveiling of an art-piece identifying the many supporters of the project.
“The facility looks wonderful and our Council is so pleased to be able to support such an important service here in Colchester,” said Mayor Blair. The atrium reception area within the new space will be named the Colchester Atrium in acknowledgment of the Municipality’s contribution.
Left to right: Colchester County Mayor, Christine Blair; CMHA Colchester-East Hants Branch Executive Director, Susan Henderson; and Deputy Mayor, Geoff Stewart present a sign that will hang in the atrium of the new CMHA building at 859 Prince Street, Truro.