Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
The big dig finally begins for AAS building
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 27 Sep 2006, p. 1

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Construction of the new Acton Agricultural Society building was officially launched Thursday with a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the building in Prospect Park. Construction is slated to begin in the near future. On hand to break ground were (front, from left) Halton Hills Ward 1/2 Regional Councillor Clark Somerville, Halton CEO and Agricultural Society Fundraising committee co-chair Brent Marshall, first runner up Miss Acton Fair Princess Cheri Holmes, Halton Hills Mayor Rick Bonnette, Miss Acton Fair Princess second runner up Britany Rykaszewski and Agricultural Society Fundraising committee co-chair Jim Pink. In back, Halton Hills Ward 1 Councillor Jon Hurst, Georgetown Soccer Association president Eugene Horak, Acton Soccer Association president Ian Watson, Halton Hills Ward 1 Councillor Michael O'Leary and Dave Chapman of Purity Life, a major donor to the project. Taking their position in the back hoe were Sarah O'Hearn, Miss Acton Fair 2006 and current Acton Agricultural Society president Dale Hewitt.

Brown, Ted
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27 Sep 2006
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Somerville, Clark ; Marshall, Brent ; Holmes, Cheri ; Bonnette, Rick ; Rykaszewski, Britany ; Pink, Jim ; Hurst, Jon ; Horak, Eugene ; Watson, Ian ; O'Leary, Michael ; Chapman, Dave ; O'Hearn, Sarah ; Hewitt, Dale
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The big dig finally begins for AAS building