Women Celebrated, Honoured
Pam Alexis, Barbara Fehrmann and Marilyn MacDonald (left to right) - shown above with MP Jati Sidhu - were honoured through the Community Archives' Paths & Pathfinders: Women of Mission Program
for their exceptional contributions to the community.
A full story about the event that included a Then & Now Fashion Show
by Mission Museum will be featured next week.
STREET STORIES - Fripp Terrace
Read the captivating story behind the street in Hatzic named Fripp Terrace which was named after an early pioneer who achieved international acclaim. here
You can also discover the fascinating stories behind the names of many other streets in Mission by clicking here
EXTRORDINARY WOMEN - Elizabeth Pepper
about the remarkable lives of women whose records have been acquired by the archives through its Paths & Pathfinders: Women of Mission Program
. This week find out about Elizabeth Pepper
- an ardent and much-beloved community volunteer.
At the Mission Community Archives volunteers of all ages play a significant role working with a trained professional to preserve and make accessible Mission's documentary heritage.
The archivist welcomes individuals with an interest in graphic arts, social media, research etc. to help with the archives programs and services. Visit the archives this upcoming week or please email
the Archivist, Val Billesberger, to find out about the broad range of volunteer opportunities.
Support the Archives!
Operated by the Mission District Historical Society, a non-profit organization, the Mission Community Archives welcomes your financial support to advance our programs and services. Your donation will help us to preserve and provide better access to the community's documentary heritage. We need your support!