Fonds - Margaret Plain fonds

Celebrate 125 report Election campaign flyers St. Albert United Church building dedication, 14 Oct 1984 Courthouse opening program, 17 Jul 1981 Peter Elzinga quarterly report, 1984

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Margaret Plain fonds

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  • 1977 - 2004 (Creation)
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    Plain, Margaret

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40 cm of textual and other materials.

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Margaret Plain has played a very significant role in the community of St. Albert where she has lived since 1972. Plain helped found St. Albert Stop Abuse in Families (SAIF). She has also served on the boards of various agencies and organizations including the St. Albert Historical Society, Sturgeon General Hospital Board, and Capital Health Authority Health Board. Plain has also been involved in the organization of many community events such as Celebrate 125, Homecoming 88, 1994 Alberta Winter Games, and Rendezvous 2011. She served on St. Albert City Council for 5 terms: 1986-1989 with Mayor Richard Fowler, 1989-1992 with Mayor Anita Ratchinsky, 1992-1995 with Mayor Anita Ratchinsky, 1995-1998 with Mayor Anita Ratchinsky, and 1998-2001 with Mayor Paul Chalifoux. In 2010, Plain was named St. Albert Volunteer Citizen of the Decade. Margaret Plain is married to Richard Plain.

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Fonds consists of records created and collected by Margaret Plain. Records include documents from her involvement in community organizations and events including Celebrate 125, St. Albert Place Opening Celebration, Homecoming 88, St. Albert & District Gardening Club, 1994 Alberta Winter Games, and Sturgeon General Hospital Board. Records also include documents from her time on City Council including city reports and studies, St. Albert census results, West Boundary Road documents, candidate notes and campaign.

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Donated by Margaret Plain.

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Associated records may be found in St. Albert Historical Society fonds, St. Albert Arts and Crafts Guild, St. Albert Festival of the Arts fonds, and City of St. Albert fonds.

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Contains accession 2001.33 and 2018.08.

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