Memorial Maple Tree- Wallacetown W I


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The South Dunwich Community Hall was built in 1946 on land given by the United Church on the south side of Highway 3 and the Gordon Street. The building was moved from the Fingal Airport and put on a foundation. The hall is owned by the Township of Dunwich and operated by a board of trustees.

The Red Maple tree in front of the hall was planted in the yard of the community hall in 1996 in memory of Gertrude Sloan by the Wallacetown W.I. She was a member for 30 years and served as Secretary and Treasurer for 20 years in the branch and helped with the Tweedsmuir Workshop for London Area W.I.


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Buildings
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Top Photo: Community Hall in Wallacetown, showing location of memorial tree
Bottom Photo: The Maple Tree on September 9, 2016; photo taken by Helen VanBrink
Dates:
2016
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English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.63339 Longitude: -81.46645
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Contact
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
 
 
 

552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691

Memorial Maple Tree- Wallacetown W I
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Memorial Maple Tree- Wallacetown W I


Top Photo: Community Hall in Wallacetown, showing location of memorial tree
Bottom Photo: The Maple Tree on September 9, 2016; photo taken by Helen VanBrink