Celebrating recreation at Tyndall Park

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On Oct. 22, Point Douglas city ward city councillor Mike Pagtakhan joined Tyndall Park Community Centre staff members to unveil a new mural that celebrates the activities that take place at the community centre. The mural was done by local artist Maesie Santos.

On Oct. 22, Point Douglas city ward city councillor Mike Pagtakhan joined Tyndall Park Community Centre staff members to unveil a new mural that celebrates the activities that take place at the community centre. The mural was done by local artist Maesie Santos.

 

Supplied photo Tyndall Park residents and Tyndall Park Community Centre staff gather with city Coun. Mike Pagtakhan to celebrate the new mural at the community centre on Oct. 22.

Tyndall Park Community Centre is a hub of activity within the community, a release said. It offers several of programs including Punjabi dance classes, Zumba, baseball, basketball, hockey, and soccer. The mural was jointly funded by the City of Winnipeg and the Tyndall Park Community Centre for a total project cost of $7,000.

Supplied photo Coun. Mike Pagtakhan is pictured with Tyndall Park Community Centre's staff members in front of the new mural unveiled on Oct. 22
Supplied photo The mural was done by local artist Maesie Santos.
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