Log Rolling: 0070.0284

Log Rolling
0070.0284

0070.0284: Log Rolling

Bobby Griffin log rolling contest on Sports Day 1962 or 1965 In crowd are: Ron Craig, Bill Holmin, Bill Blackman, Ted Blackman, Bert Wold, Pat Davis, Geno or Peter Mascarelli, Robby McCallum, Mrs. McNee, Mrs. Griffin, Uwe Thelker, Mrs. Mascarelli, Bobby Williams, Bill Moore, Willy Moore, George Rondeau, Delores Moore, Bev Nicolson, Lena Basaraba, George McNee, Rockey Hewko, Emmel Deserly, Dwain Johnson, Doug McKirdy. Dana Rollheiser added: Marion Basaraba is the kid leaning on the board watching, with the dark hair.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1962
Collection:  Valemount Historical Society (0070)

Keywords:

sports day group log rolling community events

Subjects:

Sports arrow Lumberjack Eventsarrow
People arrow Basarabaarrow
People arrow Blackmanarrow
People arrow Craigarrow
People arrow Davisarrow
People arrow Deserlyarrow
People arrow Griffinarrow
People arrow Hewkoarrow
People arrow Holminarrow
People arrow Johnsonarrow
People arrow Mascerelliarrow
People arrow McCallumarrow
People arrow McKirdyarrow
People arrow McNeearrow
People arrow Moorearrow
People arrow Nicolsonarrow
People arrow Rondeauarrow
People arrow Thelkerarrow
People arrow Williamsarrow
People arrow Woldarrow
Cities arrow Valemount arrow Eventsarrow
People arrow Rollheiserarrow

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