Barrie achieved a lot for community

It seems people are quick to condemn Len Barrie, a local product that did and will do more good in the near future.

It seems people are quick to condemn Len Barrie, a local product that did and will do more good in the near future. It is with confidence that Barrie transformed a rough patch of land into what is now a world-class facility, enjoyed by thousands of all these years.

This is where apprentices learn, tradesmen work and families would like to call home. Take a look at the good he has done from the simple days of riding the ferries to or from a game with his parents.

I doubt any of us would or could avoid all the pitfalls or have achieved such success without his drive or insistence. Personally I can’t wait to see what is next from this great Canadian.

Rick Clare



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