“Mr Whonnock,” Brian Byrnes looks on as Allan Springman,
(Whonnock Community Association), centre, and Glen Kask (Mission
Historical Society) sign the agreement to keep the historic records
collected by the Whonnock Community Association in the Mission
Community Archives. The WCA retains ownership of the record.
Mission, 9 January 1997.
is the account of things said and done in the past—it has
the power to delight and enrich us, enlarging and intensifying
the experience of being alive. ASLH
| In 2002
the Whonnock Community Association received the Heritage Achievement
Award from the Maple Ridge Community Heritage Commission for the
WCA’s contribution towards the conservation and enrichment
of heritage in Maple Ridge.
33201 Second A venue
Mission BC V2V 1J9
Phone: 604 820 2621
with the “Historical Project” in the summer of 1985
the WCA collects records (documents and photographs) related to
the past of Whonnock and Whonnockians. Since 1997 the growing collection,
known as Whonnock Archives, has been kept at the Mission Community
Archives. The collection is accessible to anyone interested in our
Community Association endorses the publication of information from
the Whonnock Archives, such as the Whonnock Notes, and welcomes
research using the archives as well as any suggestions and actions
that would contribute to a better knowledge of the past of our community
and its inhabitants.
Whonnock Community Association asks you to search your boxes and
files for any documents or photographs relating to Whonnock and
Whonnockians. If you don’t want to donate the documents or
photographs, we would be very happy to just keep a copy or scan
in the Whonnock Archives. Give us a chance to preserve the past.
contact: Fred Braches
PO Box 130,
Whonnock BC, V2W 1V9
Phone: 604 462 8942