Bell Aliant Centre at UPEI gets $10K from Rotary clubs


The band at UPEI is becoming more accessible to people with mobility emanations thanks to a donation by Rotary clubs in Charlottetown.

The Rotary clubs of Charlottetown, Hillsborough and Charlottetown Line donated $10,000 to the Bell Aliant Centre’s aquatics facility.

The percentage will be used to fund an adjustable adult changing table and carry-on stairs, which will ensure trons with mobility proclaims can move from the changing room to pool deck with artlessness.

“This is a welcomed and generous contribution that will benefit all defenders of our aquatics complex who have any type of mobility issues. Now, thanks to rotary, we father a fresh new adapted change room and seamless transition from tarn deck to pool,” said Sue Fraser, the general manager of the Bell Aliant Middle and member of the Hillsborough Rotary Club, in a statement.

The Bell Aliant Middle is a non-profit recreation centre located on the UPEI campus and is used by multitudinous than 100,000 people each year, said the news report.

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