Scott worked hard to help make history fun at the Goulbourn Museum

Councillor for Hire: Goulbourn Museum

Scott ventured out to help the Goulbourn Museum with one day of their Camp Curator during March Break. Looks like he had a great time; the museum is a great place for a history buff like Scott!

Storified by Rideau-Goulbourn· Fri, Mar 15 2013 09:14:12

It's #CouncillorForHire: March Break edition! I'm off to Camp Curator at the @GoulbournMuseum.Scott Moffatt
We have extra help with Camp Curator today #CouncillorForHire - get your glue gun ready @ScottMoffatt21 :)Goulbourn Museum
Great aerial view of #Richmond @GoulbournMuseum from 10,000 feet in 1946. Only 300 residents at that time. Moffatt
Councillor Scott Moffatt is working at the ...Facebook
We're all set up for Camp Curator here @GoulbournMuseum. A quick lunch and then the kids arrive at 1pm! #CouncillorForHireScott Moffatt
The kids are all ready to conduct an archaeological dig at Camp Curator @GoulbournMuseum. #CouncillorForHire Moffatt
The kids have started the dig at #CampCurator. @ScottMoffatt21 #CouncillorForHire #MarchBreak Museum
We think @ScottMoffatt21 could have decorated his #CampCurator ID badge with more colour but he still gets a star :) Museum
Love the history at the @GoulbournMuseum! Here is a picture of all Carleton County Wardens 1933-35. Moffatt
A great day @GoulbournMuseum's Camp Curator. Thanks to the staff, and of course the kids, for having me there! #CouncillorForHireScott Moffatt

Column: Springtime and all it brings - cleaning and activities!

With Spring kicking into high gear and April now upon us, I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you that Green Bin pickup has now returned to its weekly scheduled pickup. Furthermore, it will no longer go back and forth between bi-weekly and weekly. With the changes made last year at Environment Committee, all Green Bins will now be picked up weekly, year-round with residual garbage collection moving to bi-weekly this November.
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