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Posted on: March 30, 2022

Golden Centennaires Tutor Jet Display

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Those of you who knew long time Creston resident John Huscroft, know that he worked tirelessly with quiet determination, driven to succeed in whatever he chose to do. 
For many years, John was working hard on bringing a Golden Centennaires Tutor Jet to Creston. Unfortunately, John passed away on February 20, 2022 before he could see the result of his incredible efforts to establish this memorial to CB Lang and the Golden Centennaires. 
Mayor Ron Toyota has taken this project on as a personal tribute to his friend “Johnny” who has always been so devoted in service to the Creston Valley and its citizens.  
John’s Tutor jet is currently being stored in Campbellford, Ontario. It is estimated that it will cost approximately $48,000 to get it to Creston and complete the installation. The Town of Creston has committed to facilitating the donation process to this legacy project of John Huscroft, for the Huscroft family. 
To make a donation or to read more about this amazing project, and the history behind it, visit https://letstalk.creston.ca/golden-centennaires-tutor-jet-display.

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