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Centennial Projects

CENTENNIAL PROJECTS 2009

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Book: Selected Peachland Council Quotes and Bylaws of the past 100 years
(Compiled by District of Peachland Staff)

Calendar: Heritage PIctorial
(Compiled by Chamber of Commerce and Peachland Historical Society)

Peachland. A pictorial History of the First 100 Years
Compiled by Richard Smith

Calendar: Peachland Fire and Rescue History
(Compiled by Doryan Mash, Peachland Fire Dept member)

Book: "Senior Life Stories - Peachland Personalities". Interview of long-time residents of Peachland, project in progress since 2006 by the Wellness Centre Teen Volunteers
(Co-ordinated by Wendy Howard, Wellness Center)

Book: 100 of the Best... recipes, stories, tall tales, photos green tips, cool things about Peachland,
Recreation Dept

Book: Centennial Cookbook.
(compiled by Peachland Wellness Center with submissions all year from residents)

Centennial Wedding Certificate
Each wedding where they reside in Peachland after the ceremony will be given a certificate and lanyards.

Centennial Birth Certificate
All babied born to Peachland Parents will receive a Centennial Certificate and Lanyard.

Historic Brochure of Peachland
including a walking tour, motoring or water touring. Available at the Museum and the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center.

Communities in Bloom Competition

Power Point Presentation: Peachland Fire and Rescue History
(Compiled by James Hall, Peachland Fire and Rescue Member)

Presentation of the Peachland Logging Industry in Pictures
(compiled by Wendy Howard, Wellness Center)

A Social, Cultural Community Partnership with BRANSGORE, ENGLAND, where lay the remains of George Pringle.
(Event Organizer Doug Armitage)

Wheel Chair Ramp at Swim Bay.
The Peachland Lions in partnership with the District of Peachland, will construct a wheel chair ramp in Feb 2009 during low water. Completion prior to summer 2009. Official opening TBA

Construction of an exact replica of the original Peachland Hand Fire Cart
(Rod Sheppard, Peachland Fire and Rescue member)

The Harmony Tree.
A tile mosaic of a fruit tree constructed by Grade 1 students from Peachland Elementary School and 10 seniors from the Peachland Community. (Coordinated by Wendy Howard, Wellness Center and Gail Thiessen, Peachland Elementary School)

T Shirt commemorating Centennial
(James Hall, Peachland Fire and Rescue member)

Quilling Project - Replica of Museum
Artist Mary Walker.

Healthy Streams.
Peachland Girl Guides will paint fish by storm drains leading to the lake. Hopefully there will be 100 fish painted and will be reminders to keep our water clean.

CENTENNIAL CHALLENGES
Active Transportation - Promote Cycling and use of bike racks in community accessible areas - Recreation Dept
Active 100 - 100 hrs of spring activities, 100 hrs of summer activites, 100 hrs of fall activities, 100 hrs of winter activities.
A "Steps out" program to encourage people to be active. Report to Recreation Dept
Beach Avenue 100 - Heritage Park to Davis Cove and Return. 100 x - Recreation Dept
Beard Growing Contest - Jan 1 - July 1, 2009. - Chris Southin
Compose Centennial Song - Wellness Center Project
Continuous Activity - 100 days - Honour system to record and account for 100 continuous days of exercise and activity - Recreation Dept
Joke Book - 100 of the best kids jokes - Submit all year to Recreation Dept
Kid Swim 100 meters, 100 x during the summer. - Recreation Dept
Pay it Forward - 100 Hearts - Jan 1- Dec 31. - Recreation Dept
Sparkle and Bloom - Add 100 energy smart xmas bulbs to light display, and add 100 flower bulbs to gardens. - Recreation Dept
Stairway to Heaven - 100x. up Stairway to Heaven (at Victoria St) April 1st to June 30th. Active Challenge by Rec Department, Self motivated, honor system, and steps out program
Treadmill 100 minutes. Furthest distance in 100 min. Not limited to 1x. Top Male. Top Female. Most Improved. - Recreation Dept
Volunteer - 100 hrs of volunteering - Recreation Dept
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