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Walk of honour for Wayne Glenn to be officially opened

Late Coffs Harbour businessman Wayne Glenn will have a memorial walkway named in his honour on the Jetty Foreshores tomorrow morning at 10am.
Late Coffs Harbour businessman Wayne Glenn will have a memorial walkway named in his honour on the Jetty Foreshores tomorrow morning at 10am.

THE pathway connecting the South Wall with Gallows Beach will be officially opened tomorrow at 10am in memory of respected local businessman Wayne Glenn. 

Wayne, a past Coffs Harbour Rotary club president, lost his battle with cancer last year. 

The joint project of the Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour and the Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour Daybreak put the funds forward for the pathway with the aim of creating ease of access for the community.

Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour's Ray Smith said Wayne was involved in the project from the initial stages.

"He was a community-minded and spirited person; I don't know how he fitted work in around his volunteer projects," Ray said.

The 240-metre pathway will tomorrow be officially unveiled as the Wayne Glenn Rotary Walk.

The ceremony will start on Tuesday at 10am. The public is welcome to attend. 

Topics:  gallows beach jetty foreshores south wall



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