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HISTORY OF BICENTENNIAL BRANCH UELAC
After several years of preparatory work, a Branch on the Detroit-Windsor border came into being on March 24th, 1984, when it received its Charter from Mr. E. John Chard, U.E. The first Branch president was Ms. Sharon Kominar.
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Four Directions Youth Project
In 2009 the UELAC launched a fundraising effort in support of this curriculum-based educational experience.
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Mary Hutchins Memorial Project
In 2004 the long anticipated Loyalist Programme finally took place at Kingsville Historical Park's Charlie Campbell Museum.
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Heritage Advocate Elected to OHS Board
2006 September - Ken Turner U.E. now Vice President of OHS
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Their Stories, Our History: Canada's Early Years
2006 September - Bicentennial Branch Activities included in new School Text
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Bicentennial Branch Regular Meeting
2006 November 18 - Bicentennial Branch hosts Dominion President
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John Wendel Wigle
History of the Wigle Family and Descendants 1931. This out-of-print book was made available through the combined efforts of Margaret Lewis and Margie Luffman. Unfortunately this offer has sold out.
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Loyalist Trails UELAC Newsletter
Loyalist Trails UELAC Newsletter is an email newsletter issued every one to two weeks for members and friends of the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada. If you would like to subscribe see details.
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Bicentennial Branch Regular Meeting
2007 March 3 - Bicentennial Branch Meeting featured guest speaker Christopher Lucki.
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Bicentennial Branch AGM
2007 May 5 - Bicentennial Branch AGM featured guest speaker James Mays.
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Annual September Luncheon
2007 September 8 - Annual Luncheon Meeting, Church of the Epiphany Kingsville, Ontario
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The Loyalist Rose
The flourishing Loyalist rose found in a flower bed on the front lawn of the OPP Station, Division Street, Kingsville, ON. was planted by Branch charter members, Margaret Lewis UE and Jean Arner Walton UE in 1990.
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History in the Making
Bicentennial Branch President Margie Luffman, curator of the Canadian Clonal Genebank in Harrow, describes the Doomsday Vault as a 'Noah's Ark' of seeds.
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The Loyalist Apple
Most people are quite familiar with commonly grown apple cultivars such as McIntosh, Cortland, Red Delicious, Northern Spy, etc. Another apple, less well known, but nevertheless very important, is the Loyalist apple.
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John R. Park Homestead - Best in Ontario
Essex - 2010 - The John R. Park Homestead Conservation Area has won the Russell K. Cooper Award from the Ontario Historical Society. The award is given to “a living history museum showing excellence in programming, ingenious problem solving or site development”.
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