MPP recognizes long term Brockville councillor

Christmas open house collects food for food banks

In this Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016 photo provided by MPP Steve Clark's office, Clark, third from right, extends thanks to the incredible generosity shown by the more than 250 people who attended his annual Community Christmas Open House. The food bank representatives are Elaine Farley (Athens), Judy Horton (Seeley’s Bay), Bonnie Pidgeon (South Grenville), Darlene George (Gananoque), JoAnne Sytsma (Brockville), Gary McColl (South Grenville), Janet McColl (South Grenville) and Charlotte Hoy (Athens). (MPP Steve Clark via Newswatch Group)

BROCKVILLE – Roughly 250 people visited local MPP Steve Clark’s Community Christmas Open House over the weekend.

The free event on Sunday at the Brockville Convention Center also resulted in mountains of food being collected for local food banks.

It will go to food banks in Athens, Brockville, Gananoque, Seeley’s Bay and South Grenville.

Clark also recognized Brockville councillor Jeff Earle for his 25th anniversary as a member of city council.

“The faith electors have continued to show in Coun. Earle is a testament to his tremendous work on behalf of city residents,” Clark said.

 In this Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016 photo provided by MPP Steve Clark's office, Clark recognizes Brockville councillor Jeff Earle for 25 years of political service with the City of Brockville. (MPP Steve Clark via Newswatch Group)


In this Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016 photo provided by MPP Steve Clark’s office, Clark recognizes Brockville councillor Jeff Earle for 25 years of political service with the City of Brockville. (MPP Steve Clark via Newswatch Group)

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