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July 29, 2013
City of Toronto to celebrate enhancements to Treverton Park
  
Councillor Paul Ainslie (Ward 43 Scarborough East), Chair of the Parks and Environment Committee, and Councillor Michael Thompson (Ward 37 Scarborough Centre) will join children from a Scarborough community at a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the building of a new playground in Treverton Park.

Date: Wednesday, July 31
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: Treverton Park, 843 Kennedy Rd.

Sponsor representatives from ING Direct, Sinking Ship Entertainment/Giver TV, the Children's Aid Foundation and the Scarborough Branch of the Children's Aid Society of Toronto will also participate in the event.

The new playground was made possible through donations provided by Sinking Ship Entertainment/Giver TV and its partner ING Direct, and by the Children's Aid Foundation. The entertainment company is donating playground equipment and supplies valued at $50,000, supported by a $40,000 contribution from ING Direct. The Children's Aid Foundation provided a $60,000 donation, for a total project value of $110,000.

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