Francis Chua, left, Bruce Power’s Department Manager, Environment & Sustainability, and Emily Johnston, Environment and Sustainability Senior Technical Officer, donate $1,800 to Janice Mewhinney, Business Manager of the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre, for the Reptiles Alive program. Learn more at www.brucemuseum.ca.
Francis Chua, left, Bruce Power’s Department Manager, Environment & Sustainability, and Emily Johnston, Environment and Sustainability Senior Technical Officer, donate $1,800 to Janice Mewhinney, Business Manager of the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre, for the Reptiles Alive program. Learn more at www.brucemuseum.ca.

 

Emily Johnston, right, Bruce Power Environment & Sustainability Technical Officer, presents a $5,000 cheque to Christine Schmidt, the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre’s Education and Outreach Coordinator, and Janice Mewhinney, the museum’s Business Manager, for their efforts during Earth Week 2016. For the fourth year, Bruce Power and the museum have teamed up for an Earth Week education program, which reaches out to over 300 local area students between the ages of five and seven. The benefit of partnering with the museum is the program remains available all year round. This year’s program covers biodiversity, climate change and energy production. For more information about the museum and the programs it offers visit www.brucemuseum.ca.
Emily Johnston, right, Bruce Power Environment & Sustainability Technical Officer, presents a $5,000 cheque to Christine Schmidt, the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre’s Education and Outreach Coordinator, and Janice Mewhinney, the museum’s Business Manager, for their efforts during Earth Week 2016. For the fourth year, Bruce Power and the museum have teamed up for an Earth Week education program, which reaches out to over 300 local area students between the ages of five and seven. The benefit of partnering with the museum is the program remains available all year round. This year’s program covers biodiversity, climate change and energy production. For more information about the museum and the programs it offers visit www.brucemuseum.ca.