Today, outside of the new Muskoka Lumber Community Centre, the Town of Bracebridge announced the next round of community sponsors who are generously contributing to bringing the new generational facility to life.
Through their generous contributions, the following organizations and community members will become named sponsors in the facility.
Coulson Family Bracebridge Library
- Conklin’s Construction, contributing $40,000 over 20 years for naming rights to the media lab;
- Santa’s Village, contributing $35,000 over 20 years for naming rights to the children’s craft room;
- Jeffrey and Marsha Smart, contributing $20,000 over 15 years for naming rights to the boardroom;
- White Pine Contracting. contributing $20,000 over 20 years for naming rights to the community lounge; and
- Rena Liebster, contributing $15,000 over 20 years for naming rights to a tutorial room.
Muskoka Lumber Community Centre
- Connor Ryan – Investment and Wealth Advisor RBC Dominion Securities, contributing $35,000 over 15 years for naming rights to a changeroom in the Proline Rentals Fieldhouse.
In addition, thank you to Muskoka Royale for their generous $10,000 donation.
Construction of the facility is well underway and a significant portion of the outer shell is complete. During the summer months, work will focus on roofing, exterior wall insulation, concrete flooring, the external pond and retaining wall, and more.
Help support the Muskoka Lumber Community Centre by sponsoring a seat in the arena or bay in the library. For $500 for an arena seat, or $250 for a library bay, sponsors will have a name placard in place for 25 years and receive a charitable tax receipt. Fifteen per cent of each seat and bay sale will go towards the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation’s annual capital fundraising campaign for much needed medical equipment.
For more information on the Muskoka Lumber Community Centre, donor opportunities and ways to be involved, visit engagebracebridge.ca.
“Thank you to the generous sponsors and donors for contributing to the Muskoka Lumber Community Centre and future of Bracebridge. The overwhelming support and enthusiasm for this project is so inspiring. The Town is committed to community wellness and vitality, and this landmark facility will play an important role in Bracebridge for generations.”
– Rick Maloney, Mayor, Town of Bracebridge