May 5, 2016   ·   0 Comments

After 40 years of service in the Town of Orangeville, St. John Ambulance, Peel-Dufferin Branch, has opened their doors at a new location at 35 Commerce Road. On hand to cut the ribbon are (left to right) therapy dog volunteers Carly Shack and Wendy Caudle with their therapy dogs London and Lily; Mayor Jeremy D Williams; Dianne Rende, Executive Director, Peel-Dufferin Branch; Councillor Don Kidd; Orangeville Police Chief Wayne Kalinski and First Responder Christine Andrade.

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