Wyevale students design crosswalk near school
The Township of Tiny is pleased to announce that Council has selected the winners of the Wyevale Central Public School Crosswalk Design Competition. Congratulations to Lily, Quinn, and Lincoln Scott for their winning submission!
The competition engaged students at the Wyevale Central Public School by requesting design submissions for the proposed crosswalk on Concession 5 West, near the school. The installation of the crosswalk, a project of the Township’s Public Works Department, will provide safe crossing for the students and residents to local amenities such as the soccer fields.
Students were asked to create a design that represented the Wyevale Wildcat values, with many creative designs being submitted making the decision for Council very difficult. Council and staff would like to thank all the students who participated in the competition and who showed their community spirit. Well done!
For more information and to check out the designs, including the winning submission, please visit the Tiny Township Website
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