Vanderhoof’s historical society is back

Through dedication and hard work a group of individuals soldiered forward and the society has now been restored.

Through dedication and hard work

The Nechako Valley Historical Society (NVHS) has undergone some major challenges in the last few years and as you may or may not know it was officially dissolved this past summer.

However through dedication and hard work a group of individuals soldiered forward and the society has now been restored.  Name and all.

The goal now is to rebuild. Rebuild the membership and turn this sparkling jewel into the spectacle it truly can be.

Please mark the date – Tuesday, 17 January 2017, at 7:00 pm at the First Memorial United Church, 2592 Church Street in Vanderhoof a meeting to look to the future will be held.

If you have any interest in the history of our area, if you have ever enjoyed an event at the museum or if you are just interested in helping out in any capacity please come out.

Bring your family, friends and neighbours. And bring your ideas.

The historical site is an incredible asset to our area and with a little TLC it will shine brighter than ever before.

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