Ottawa Senators Foundation and Ville de Gatineau set to break ground on 11th SENS RINK Project in Masson-Angers
OTTAWA – The Ottawa Senators Foundation (@sensfoundation), in partnership with Ville de Gatineau, Traversiers Bourbonnais and 24h Tremblant, will break ground on the 11th SENS RINK Project in the Ottawa-Gatineau region with a photo opportunity on Wednesday, June 21, at 2:30 p.m. The Traversiers Bourbonnais SENS RINK will be the fourth of five SENS RINKS planned for the Gatineau area.
What: The SENS RINK in Parc Jack-Eyamie, located in Masson Angers, will serve as a community gathering spot and feature free or low-cost recreational programming for area children and youth living in the immediate area and beyond. The facility will include the installation of hockey dasher boards, fencing, hockey nets in the winter and basketball nets in the summer. Programming and ongoing maintenance will be managed by Ville de Gatineau.
Who: Jonathan Bodden, vice-president, Ottawa Senators Foundation; Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin, Gatineau mayor; Maurice Bourbonnais, president, Traversiers Bourbonnais; Luc Bourbonnais, executive vice-president, Traversiers Bourbonnais.
When and where: 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 21, at Parc Jack-Eyamie, 40, rue du Bassin, secteur de Masson-Angers. For a map of the area please click here.
Photo and media opportunity: Participants will be available for media interviews to discuss the latest phase of the joint partnership’s community rinks initiative.