“Welcome to South Dundas, and thank you for your decision to come to South Dundas,” said South Dundas mayor, Steven Byvelds. “A business like yours keeps our community growing and working.”
Along with MP Guy Lauzon, County Warden Eric Duncan, members of the council, Evonne Delegarde, Archie Mellan, Jim Locke and Jim Graham, as well as acting chair of the South Dundas Chamber of Commerce, Donnie Bowes, the mayor was on hand October 18, to offer congratulations.
Lauzon, Duncan, Bowes, and the councillors each had words of encouragement for the new business and joined in the official ribbon cutting to open Morrisburg Physiotherapy at 147 Main Street in Morrisburg.
With 18 years of experience as a physiotherapist, therapist Suzanne Johnston feels there is a real need for such treatments to be offered locally, and has opened this clinic based on a lot of community interest and research.
She thanked the Chamber, dignitaries, and the council for their support, as she joins the local business network. She also expressed gratitude for the great efforts made by her family and friends in preparing for opening day.
Following the ribbon cutting, Johnston and her family invited the public to come and see the new Morrisburg facilities.