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Brooke Telecom Donates Cell Phone Charging Stations to Town Facilities


Posted: March 20, 2017

Brooke Telecom Donates Cell Phone Charging Stations to Town Facilities

 The Greenwood Recreation Centre, Victoria Hall, and The Oil Heritage District Community Centre received a generous donation of cellular phone charging stations from Brooke Telecom Cooperative Services to enhance the services offered at each facility. 

Each of the three facilities will have a cell phone charging station that will work with various cell phones to offer a, at times, much needed battery boost.  The value of the donation is $3,500.  The new stations will be in public areas at each facility.  Director of Facilities and Community Services said, “…these charging stations will be a huge asset to the visitor.  All too often, I find myself actively searching for a place to re-charge my phone so this will take the guesswork out of it.  We are extremely grateful for another community partnership.”

Brooke Telecom Cooperative Ltd has been connecting rural communities since 1911. With over 1,200 cooperative members, serving home services to Brooke-Alvinston and Warwick residents and cellular services throughout Lambton County. Proudly offering high quality services with small town customer service. Please visit www.brooketel.ca for the latest news and for more information about Brooke Telecom and its services.” 

The charging stations have been installed at Victoria Hall, The Greenwood Recreation Centre and The Oil Heritage District Community Centre.

Photo (Left-Right): Mary Thorne – Director, Brooke Telecom Cooperative Ltd.; Geoff Greening, General Manager, Brooke Telecom Cooperative Ltd.; Marney Phillips, Marketing Coordinator, Brooke Telecom Cooperative Ltd.; and Leah Van Barneveld, Deck Supervisor, The Oil Heritage District Community Centre

Brooke Telecom Donates Cell Phone Charging Stations to Town Facilities