Citizens' Ad Hoc Committee

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Citizens' Ad Hoc Committee

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        1977 -

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        The Citizens' Ad Hoc Committee for the St. Albert Community Services Advisory Board was formed in 1977 to document facility needs in the area of cultural activities. The facilities included a new library, a new museum, and visual arts and crafts. The first members of the committee were Louise Zuk, Les Graff, Shirley Martin, Lois Falkins, Sandra Vanelvik. As a result of the work begun by this committee, a building named St. Albert Place was completed in 1984.

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