Photo Opportunity - Home Depot comes out for Toronto's LGBT Village

Photo Opportunity - Home Depot comes out for Toronto's LGBT Village 
Partnership with Karl Lohnes to light up Cawthra Square Park for holidays 
TORONTO, Dec. 12, 2012 /CNW/ - Home Depot Associates will join Toronto-based 
design expert Karl Lohnes to light-up the Church-Wellesley Village for the 
holidays. Home Depot has donated over $7,500 in energy-efficient LED lights to 
The 519 for this initiative. More than a dozen of their associates will be 
involved in the installation this afternoon in the park. 
       Holiday Light installation by 15 Home Depot Associates to
WHAT:      benefit Toronto's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender 

           (LGBT) village community. 330 strings of lights to be
           installed throughout downtown park.
    WHEN:      Wednesday, December 12, 2012, 3PM to 5PM

          Cawthra Square Park at The 519 Church Street Community
WHERE:     Centre 
       519 Church Street, Toronto, ON 
       (East side of Church Street, North of Wellesley) 
The 519 Church Street Community Centre is an agency of the City of Toronto 
with a mandate for building healthier, more welcoming communities for 
Toronto's downtown and LGBTQ residents. As a public-private partnership of the 
City, The 519 receives core funding to maintain public access to its building 
while attracting individual, corporate and government investment in its 
programs. In 2012, The 519 will receive more than $2.14 in community 
investment for every dollar provided in core funding. Through innovative and 
engaging community programs and partnerships, The 519 enables over 195,000 
people to meet, participate and celebrate together. 
Matthew Cutler Director, Development and Community Engagement at The 519 
SOURCE: The 519 Church Street Community Centre 
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CO: The 519 Church Street Community Centre
ST: Ontario
-0- Dec/12/2012 16:19 GMT
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