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March 2/05 11:27 am - WindDel Veldrome Update

Posted by Editoress on 03/2/05

WindDel Veldrome Update
Courtesy OCA

The Human Powered Transportation Association based in Brantford ON has successfully obtained a lease of the Wind Del Park cycling velodrome located in Windham Centre. This now allows the group to request Trillium funding to fund the much needed repaving of the track. A collaborative was formed with the HPTA , OCA and Wind Del to operate and maintain the track and park areas. A grant request has now been made to the Ontario Trillium Foundation and they are enthusiastic about the project. We expect positive news in the coming months.

The OCA has set up accounts to easily process your generous donations

There are two options for you to support this cause. The first is simply a tax-deductible donation. There are no sponsorship rights associated with this support; however, there will certainly be acknowledgement for these supporters. Cheques or money orders can be made out to the "Sport Is Development Fund" (attn: WindDel Veldrome project) and mailed to the OCA office. Credit Cards will also be accepted: call the OCA at 416.426.7416. Tax Receipts will be mailed out within two to three weeks. Registered Charitable number: BN 88938 6868 RR0001

The second option involves a sponsorship / partnership. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Joe Mitrovic:

Be sure to visit the HPTA booth # 805 at the Toronto Bike Show to see displays of recumbent racing cycles, get more Wind Del updates, or make a donation in person.


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