Etobicoke, ON
Heathercrest Park Tainted Blood Tragedy Memorial Tree of Ontario TC2 since 15 October 2011
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On Saturday October 15th, 2011, twelve TCOR members volunteered to plant trees at a public planting in Heathercrest Park as a fitting way to commemorate the tainted blood tragedy.  A private ceremony followed with a moving speech by Antonia “Smudge” Swann, partner of the late James Kreppner. The trees planted at the park were a symbol of the strength and resiliency in our community. The occasion allowed for reflection and a sense of inner peace while bringing together long-time members for a chance to reconnect. Thank you to all that came out that day to remember the past while working towards building a stronger community.
Photo © Hemophilia Ontario Toronto and Central Ontario Region Canadian Hemophilia Society

15 October 2011
Hemophilia Ontario Toronto and Central Ontario Region, Toronto