President's (of the Historical Society of Alberta) Report

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President's (of the Historical Society of Alberta) Report


Williams, Ron, Alberta History


The HSA has just held a successful Annual General Meeting. A very great "Thank You" goes to the Chinook Chapter and all those who worked so hard to make the gathering such a great success. The organizing committee headed by Mike Kampel and Anne Birch and chapter President, Vivian Sampson, deserve special thanks for their hard work and new ideas.

The HSA had a successful year in 2001 and is moving forward. At the AGM we said adieu to Margaret Waite, our long serving Office Coordinator. Margaret, while riding into the sunset of retirement, will be around as a volunteer, so it is not "Good bye", only "au revoir." Margaret was a dedicated worker for the Society for over seven years. She was the voice and face of the Society to the public and we thank her very much for her great service. In her place we welcome our new Office Coordinator, Debbie Goodine.

Three members left the Council: Treasurer, Geoff Wilson; Second Vice-President, Sarah Carter; and Director at Large, Diana Sim. We say thank you to these dedicated persons and welcome the new members: Treasurer, Beverly Leggett; Second Vice-President, Tony Rees and Director at Large, Liliane Coutu Maisonneuve.

There is much activity planned for the near future: the "Unsettled Pasts" Conference, of which HSA is one of the sponsors, was held at the University of Calgary, June 13-16, 2002; the largest public events of the summer season will be Historic Calgary Week, July 26-August 5, 2002, and Historic Edmonton Week, July 28-August 5, 2002. …

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