Help Unlock the Wabash Community Centre

The City of Toronto has pledged $34 million to build the new Wabash Community Centre at Sorauren Park by 2023, starting with design studies in 2017.

We need you to Show Your Support to ensure this remains a priority project for our neighbourhood.

A private donor has generously provided funds to pay for special keychains for students and families of Howard  Public School.

Please send any old keys you have (that no longer work) into your child’s classroom (gr.1-6) for them to attach to their keychain. If you have a lot of old keys, please send them all so that we can distribute them to those who don’t have one. Your children will show their support by writing their name on the keychain. You can also send beads in so classes can personalize their keychain.  Students will be personalizing the keychains Monday June 27th.

The keychains will be hung on the fence in Sorauren Park’s south-east corner along Wabash Avenue… joining the growing number of keychains already there.

Funds raised through the keychain campaign support the continued efforts of the non-profit Wabash Building Society to enhance the Sorauren Park experience including Movie Nights in the Town Square, forthcoming construction of a Pizza Oven, operation of the Natural Ice Rink and much more.

Click here for a flyer on the Unlock the Wabash Community Centre initiative. Visit for more information.

Published by Howard Council

This account is run by volunteers of the Howard Junior Public School Council, the parent and family council that supports the school with fundraising and other initiatives.

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