Media Release - Junior Public Works staff for a day
Junior Public Works staff for a day
Lincoln, ON – (May 22, 2019) – Lincoln is celebrating Public Works Week this week with the next generation of Public Works staff. The Town issued a drawing contest to students in grades 3-6 at Twenty Valley Elementary School. Students were asked to draw what public works means to them with winners selected to be Public Works Staff for a Day.
Submissions were creative and included various interpretations of how public works contributes to our community each day. Students joined the Town today, May 22, to participate in a tour and public works activities.
The Junior Public Works Staff for a Day selected were:
The morning was full of activity and included:
- Being picked up and dropped off by our public transit bus uLinc
- A tour of Hixon St. Pumping Station
- A demonstration of a fire hydrant being flushed
- Driving by public works in action in our community
- Participating in various activities & demonstrations at our public works yard in a staged area around fixing roads, testing water, fixing water and sewer pipes, how we use GIS in our work, and road safety measures
- Learning about all the important projects to be undertaken by public works this year in Lincoln
- Lunch with Mayor Sandra Easton and Councillor Tony Brunet, Chair of Community Services and Infrastructure
More information about the Town’s programs and services is available at Lincoln.ca. Follow us at @TownofLincolnON on social media for regular updates on Council, programs and services, and community events.
Chief Strategic Communications & Public Affairs Officer
Office of the CAO
Town of Lincoln
Office: 905-563-2799 ext. 230
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