Wellington Catholic celebrated its annual Staff, Faculty, Volunteer Recognition evening at the River Run Centre for the Performing Arts in Guelph. Over 45 people were honoured for their contributions to the strategic directions of the District. Of special note were presentations to Bert Tami, of Tambro Construction & Paul Critchley of BJC Architectural Services. Both of these individuals were key contributors to the development of the new St Brigid Student Retreat Centre at the Ignatius Jesuit Centre.

Featured above: (l.-r.) Bert Tami, Tambro Construction; Rev. Dennis J. Noon, Chair, Wellington CDSB; and Paul Critchley, BJC Architectural Services.

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