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Thousands visit Princeton to make Canada 125 celebrations a success


Description
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Newspaper clippings
Description:
This July 15, 1992 article from the Burford Times describes Canada 125 celebrations that occurred in Princeton.
Events for the celebrations included a memorial for C.H. MacMcAnsh, during which a memorial cairn (constructed by Norm Laurie, Verne Rumble, Glen Hunter, Colin Graham, Bill de Koning, Al Van De Cappelle, Roger Van De Cappelle, Reg Butcher, Ted De Waal, and Roger Van De Cappelle) and a flag was raised by Jim Madill.
Optimist Club summer draw prize winners were announced, including Pamela Creighton, Brian Gowdy, B. Bradford, Gary Ficzere, and Kim King. Prizes were donated by Carmen McLellen, and other Optimist Club members.
Citizen of the year was Pat De Waal for her community volunteer work.
Ryan and Sheri McDougall and Mary Marchington won Cow-Chips Checkers.
Jamie Laurie and Linda Riddel won the Great Canadian Log Race.
Fred Baldwin won a children's mountain bike.
Bailey Lanlois won a pair of in-line roller blades.
Sandra Ryan won Ms. Princeton 1992 and Lucy DaSilva was runner-up.
The article also includes a list of parade float winners.

Publisher:
The Burford Times
Place of Publication:
Burford, Ontario
Date of Publication:
15 Jul 1992
Subject(s):
Corporate Name(s):
The Burford Times
Local identifier:
2018BT.36.01
Collection:
The Burford Times Collection
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.0834 Longitude: -80.49968
Donor:
Burford Township Historical Society
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation:
“7000 join villagers in marking Canada 125.” The Burford Times [Burford, Ontario] 15 July 1992: 12. Print.
Contact
Burford Township Historical Society
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

141 Harley Road, Harley, ON N0E 1E0

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Thousands visit Princeton to make Canada 125 celebrations a success


This July 15, 1992 article from the Burford Times describes Canada 125 celebrations that occurred in Princeton.
Events for the celebrations included a memorial for C.H. MacMcAnsh, during which a memorial cairn (constructed by Norm Laurie, Verne Rumble, Glen Hunter, Colin Graham, Bill de Koning, Al Van De Cappelle, Roger Van De Cappelle, Reg Butcher, Ted De Waal, and Roger Van De Cappelle) and a flag was raised by Jim Madill.
Optimist Club summer draw prize winners were announced, including Pamela Creighton, Brian Gowdy, B. Bradford, Gary Ficzere, and Kim King. Prizes were donated by Carmen McLellen, and other Optimist Club members.
Citizen of the year was Pat De Waal for her community volunteer work.
Ryan and Sheri McDougall and Mary Marchington won Cow-Chips Checkers.
Jamie Laurie and Linda Riddel won the Great Canadian Log Race.
Fred Baldwin won a children's mountain bike.
Bailey Lanlois won a pair of in-line roller blades.
Sandra Ryan won Ms. Princeton 1992 and Lucy DaSilva was runner-up.
The article also includes a list of parade float winners.