Sign stolen at Hamilton pop-up vaccine clinic
It might be a sign that no good deed goes unpunished.
The Stinson Community Association in central Hamilton, which has helped organize pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics in the city this week, says the sign it had made in order to direct people to their appointments was stolen on Thursday (June 10).
Hi all, someone took our sign. If you see it around the neighbourhood please let us know. Two of our community members made this to direct people to our events. It’s heavy so was likely dumped around Carter Park area. pic.twitter.com/wu8Whj5xn0— Stinson_Community (@Stinson_HamOnt) June 10, 2021
The community association suggested that the sign might have been left in Carter Park (32 Stinson St. E.), which is between Stinson Street and Charlton Avenue.
The pop-up vaccine clinics were held earlier this week at the Central Memorial Recreation Centre. Community organizers signed up residents at Carter Park and Corktown Park, and had translators available for non-native English speakers.
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