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<div style="font-size:200%"> <span style="color:green">Windsor Photo Peace Fountain </span> </div>
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==Joeph L. Reaume  1863 - 1930 ==
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Reaume Park is named after  Joseph L. Reanme a  Generous Business  man who  donated this land to the community.    Reanume's family was one of the first to settle this part of Essex Countty.  In the late 1920's "Jovial Joe , " as he became known, operated the Mc Coll-Frontenac Gas Company, a small gas station and refreshment stand on the north side of Riverside Drive at Pillette Road.  In 1931 Reaume bequeathed some 4.7 acres of his property to the former town of East Windsor for a park so the beauty of the water front could be enjoyed by all.  The seven - acre Coventry Gardens named in houour of Windsor's Twin City of Coventry England, was added to the original Reaume Park in 1975. <br/><br/>
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File:Fountain6 20 11.jpg|Peace Fountain in Reaume Park
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File:2fountain6 20 11.jpg|Peace Fountain in Reaume Park 
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File:Fountain6 20 11.jpg |Peace Fountain in Reaume Park
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==Peace Fountain named in memory of Charles E. Brooks==
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President of UAW  Local 444 - Died January 17,1977 Charles Books was both an outstanding trade union leader and a community - minded citizen
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Among his many public - spirited interests was a keen desire for environmental inprovement. He consistently supported every effort towards the creation of river font parks and in particular . This beautiful fountain. In addition Charles Books was dedicted to the cause of world pease.  He firmly believed that trade unionists and all men and women of God will should strive ceaselessly towards the abolition of war. Thus this magnificent water display is appropriately named  " Peace Fountain in His Memory "
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[http://www.jiufan.net Jiufan Windsor  Restaurants]<br/>
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[[Ricks Clicks Photography]] <br/>
You may direct your questions and comments about his page to [mailto:ricksclicks@gmail.com Rick's Clicks ] <br/>
You may direct your questions and comments about his page to [mailto:ricksclicks@gmail.com Rick's Clicks ] <br/>
Use Rick's online contact form [http://ricksclicks.net/contactpage.html HERE]. <br/>
Use Rick's online contact form [http://ricksclicks.net/contactpage.html HERE]. <br/>

Latest revision as of 04:57, 17 July 2011

Windsor Photo Walk Riverside Drive

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Pelee Passage Lighthouse

The light house served as the main navigational aid for the Great Lakes Mariness useing the lakes Erie Pelee Passage from 1902 to 1975 The light house was re-erected by Dean Construction Co. Ltd. On the present site as a gift to The City of Windsor in Honour of its founder Americo Dean in the Year 1980

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The Frontenac was unloading it's cargo..


Windsor Photo Peace Fountain

links below Red Animated Down Arrow.gif

Joeph L. Reaume 1863 - 1930

Reaume Park is named after Joseph L. Reanme a Generous Business man who donated this land to the community. Reanume's family was one of the first to settle this part of Essex Countty. In the late 1920's "Jovial Joe , " as he became known, operated the Mc Coll-Frontenac Gas Company, a small gas station and refreshment stand on the north side of Riverside Drive at Pillette Road. In 1931 Reaume bequeathed some 4.7 acres of his property to the former town of East Windsor for a park so the beauty of the water front could be enjoyed by all. The seven - acre Coventry Gardens named in houour of Windsor's Twin City of Coventry England, was added to the original Reaume Park in 1975.


Peace Fountain named in memory of Charles E. Brooks

President of UAW Local 444 - Died January 17,1977 Charles Books was both an outstanding trade union leader and a community - minded citizen Among his many public - spirited interests was a keen desire for environmental inprovement. He consistently supported every effort towards the creation of river font parks and in particular . This beautiful fountain. In addition Charles Books was dedicted to the cause of world pease. He firmly believed that trade unionists and all men and women of God will should strive ceaselessly towards the abolition of war. Thus this magnificent water display is appropriately named " Peace Fountain in His Memory "



















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Use Rick's online contact form HERE.

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