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The Club owns quite and acreage of land known as Langley Park which it makes available , at $1. year , to Scouts and Girl Guides for camping purposes. Will Cleveland indicated as many as 4000 have used this facility during the year. The committee oversees the maintenance of the park and on occasion, recruits members for work in the connection. The club, with the cooperation of the City, built what is now known as Rotary Park on the east side of the Otonabee,close to Quaker Oats and the Hunter Street bridge-for the free use of people in that area.