Destination Owl’s Head Donates $10,000
to the Township of Potton
for the Mansonville Round Barn Restoration Project
Mansonville, July 13, 2018 – Destination Owl’s Head today officially presented a cheque for $10,000 to the Township of Potton at the Mansonville Round Barn, built in 1912, to help complete the building’s restoration project.
“I want to underscore Destination Owl’s Head’s concern for the Potton community. In addition to its efforts to become well integrated into the community, this company has chosen to contribute to a cause dear to many, the restoration of the Round Barn, a building of great heritage value, as well as a site of interest for Potton’s community activities. On behalf of Township of Potton Municipal Council, I sincerely thank Destination Owl’s Head, a corporate citizen attentive to the environment in which it has decided to invest,” said Jacques Marcoux, Mayor of the Township of Potton.
“The Round Barn is a historical treasure that we want to make accessible to the general public for more cultural and tourist activities. We believe that a major tourism development business such as Destination Owl’s Head can contribute to the revitalization of the region and to the creation of partnerships for synergy in tourism development that will also benefit the local population,” noted Yannick Beaupertuis, Real Estate and hospitality services development at Destination Owl’s Head.
“Destination Owl’s Head wants to be an involved economic citizen and to foster business and commercial ties with local merchants and attractions. We believe that the Destination Owl’s Head project will drive economic development, which will contribute not only to the enhancement of commercial and tourist activities benefitting the Municipality of the Township of Potton but also to the consolidation and structuring of the overall tourism supply throughout the Memphremagog region,” added Francis Roy, Finance Director of Destination Owl’s Head.