Art Martens

Hedley Museum summer student Sierra Mackay

Hedley celebrates Canada Day

When Constable Anthony Pankratz of the Princeton RCMP agreed to pose for photos with celebration attendees, the response was enthusiastic

Hedley Museum summer student Sierra Mackay
The Hedley Grace Church sponsors 8 to 10 children to Camp Tulahead each year. They hold bottle drives in order to provide this support. This particular drive was a bit more successful than in past years as there were more bottles and cans donated.

Hedley supports church bottle drive

In past years, the church has sent 8 to 10 children to Camp Tulahead. The bottle drive pays for a portion of their camp fees.

The Hedley Grace Church sponsors 8 to 10 children to Camp Tulahead each year. They hold bottle drives in order to provide this support. This particular drive was a bit more successful than in past years as there were more bottles and cans donated.
Len and Jean Roberts

Community focus ~ Hedley’s Foundation Years

In 1973 Len and Jean Roberts, founders of the One Way Adventure Foundation, began with a simple booth at the Cloverdale Rodeo.

Len and Jean Roberts
Dr. Kent Mullinix is Director of the Institute for Sustainable Food Systems at the Kwantlin Polytechnic University.

Endangered food systems a threat to humanity

Dr. Kent Mullinix captured the attention of his audience Friday evening when he said “No sustainable food system, no sustainable humanity."

Dr. Kent Mullinix is Director of the Institute for Sustainable Food Systems at the Kwantlin Polytechnic University.
Lorraine Lance pictured outside of one of her greatest passions

Community focus ~ Lorraine Lance Still passionate about Hedley Museum

Art Martens joins us as a contributor, sharing articles that focus on the people and community of Hedley, B.C.

Lorraine Lance pictured outside of one of her greatest passions