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Storm the Hill supports outdoor education

Limestone Learning Foundation

Image of Gould Lake staff arriving on Parliament Hill after paddling the 150 km from Kingston to Ottawa.Staff from the Limestone District School Board's Gould Lake Outdoor Centre recently completed a marathon paddle from Kingston to Ottawa to help raise funds to support students who may not otherwise be able to attend Gould Lake programs.
The Storm the Hill Challenge involves staff paddling non-stop more than 50 kilometers in under 40 hours from Bedford Mills to Parliament Hill in Ottawa
This year's group made the trek in 28 hours and 36 minutes. Amazing! So far, the group has raised more than $8,000.
There’s still time to donate at sth.gouldlake.ca.

The Gould Lake Outdoor Centre provides environmental and experiential education programs for elementary and secondary students. During the school year, classes participate in outdoor programs ranging from pond studies to canoeing and from winter cookouts to team building. In the summer, Gould Lake provides curriculum-based credit programs for students delivered through canoe, hiking and kayak trips.


The Limestone District School Board is situated on traditional territories of the Anishinaabe & Haudenosaunee.