Drew Sinclair Elected to Sharon Temple Board

SvN Principal Drew Sinclair has been elected to the Board of the Sharon Temple, a remarkable cultural site and work of architecture in East Gwillimbury that is designated a National Historic Site of Canada. The Temple, originally constructed as a meeting hall for the “Children of Peace,” a Quaker sect led David Wilson on whose property the structure was built. The site and structure are a significant part of the built- and cultural-heritage of Ontario (Upper Canada) and Canadian Governance.

More information on the Sharon Temple and its history is available here.

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