Grand occasion

Grand occasion

After the introductions and a little history on how the project came to be, there was a round of cheers and applause.

  • May. 21, 2015 11:00 a.m.

After the introductions and a little history on how the project came to be, there was a round of cheers and applause as the ribbon was cut Wednesday morning to officially open the Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre’s new Cariboo Autism Centre.

Williams Lake Indian Band Chief Anne Louie (left), CDC board member Cathy Chernoff,  CDC founder Aileen Hewett, Mayor Walt Cobb, CDC board vice-president Connie Sauter, Community Futures executive director Karen Eden, Cathy Durfeld, and Dianne McHardy Ministry of Children and Family Development acting community service manager cut the ribbon above.

Also cutting the ribbon, but not pictured, were Brian Neufeld of Spruce Lee Construction, Terry McKay from the Pacific Autism Centre, and Sergio Cocchia president of the Pacific Autism Centre Foundation.

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