Letter: Volunteers wanted for museum


Are you experiencing the winter blahs already? Has cabin fever become your reality? Why not become a volunteer with the Boundary Museum?

Located on Reservoir Road at the beautiful Fructova School, it was a facility used for years as a Russian educational centre. You will not only enjoy the beautiful scenic view of our valley, but you will be immersed in our local history and culture.

The museum is closed until spring but volunteers of all ages are required now for a variety of interesting tasks.

Work alongside dedicated knowledgeable people; meet others with the same passion for our valleys heritage as you; share memories and stories from the past or enjoy a coffee.

If this volunteering experience appeals to you, please contact us at 250-442-3737 we will be happy to arrange a tour of this beautiful facility.

David Janzen, Grand Forks

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