Elisha Kwon, a Grade 5 student at Lynn Fripps Elementary, showed her Anne of Green Gables project to Township of Langley Mayor Jack Froese during the third annual Heritage Fair. Submitted photo

Students learn about Langley’s history

Awards for unique projects at Langley Heritage Fair

Students from Lynn Fripps, Peterson Road, Dorothy Peacock, and James Kennedy Elementary Schools fill the Fort Langley Community Hall with their unique projects for the third annual Heritage Fair.

Students that participated in the fair created projects to learn and educate others about the history of Langley.

The fair was held on April 13 and was presented by the Langley Centennial Museum, Langley Heritage Society and School District #35.

A number of awards were presented during the fair.

Langley Heritage Society Award for Best Presentation

Presented by Fred Pepin, President of the Langley Heritage Society

Awarded to Hadley MacDonald for “Egg Farming”

Docent’s Award

Presented by Melissa Clark, Langley Centennial Museum Docent

Awarded to Logan Holcik for “The Finning Company”

Most Original Topic Award

Presented by Mark Forsythe, Langley Heritage Society Vice-President

Awarded to Olivia Werner for “Krabbe Disease”

Curator’s Choice Award

Presented by Kobi Christian, Township of Langley, Langley Centennial Museum Curator

Awarded to Isabella Daviss for “The Kingston Prison Riots”

Educator’s Award of Excellence

Presented by Lindsay Pollock, Township of Langley, Arts and Heritage Educator

Awarded to Megan O’Shea for “Girl Guides”

Artistic Achievement Award

Presented by Rosemary Genberg, Local Langley Artists

Awarded to Ruby Pratt for “My Grandad in WWII”

For more information please contact Linsday Pollock, Arts and Heritage Educator, at 604-533-6090 ext. 5004 or lpollock@tol.ca.



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