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Bradford United celebrating 150th year

Newspaper article cut out from page 19 of the June 6, 1984 issue of The Witness about the Bradford United Church leading up to its 150th anniversary. Includes details about the May 15 meeting at the Church and upcoming planned activities. Some handwriting is written on the clipping in blue pen.

The Witness

From saddlebag preachers to 1984

Newspaper clipping with an article about the history of the Bradford United Church in honour of the Church's 150th anniversary. The article includes a history of the congregation and the building, a list of ministers serving the Bradford and Holland Landing charge since 1926, and a list of members of the anniversary planning committee with a photo of them posed outside of the Church. Committee members are identified as Reverend Henry Dahlin, Art Kneeshaw (chairman), Ada Wilson, Marlene Annand, Phyllis Bell, Jean Gordon, Marion Noble, Irene Turner, Marg Fallis and Val McAfee.

The Witness

Memorandum - Mission statement

Typed memorandum dated 20 September 1992 from Gayle Lucas, treasurer for the United Church Women (UCW) group, to Irene Turner, reflecting on Lucas's involvement with the Church.

Margaret (Irene) Turner

The Life Membership Plaque speech

Copy of a handwritten speech dated September 25, 1994, written and signed by Margaret Irene Turner. The speech is for the United Church Women (UCW) group's Life Membership plaque. The speech also makes reference to Margaret Irene Turner's research with the Women's Missionary Society's (WMS) minute books.

Margaret (Irene) Turner

UCW celebrates Anniversary

Newspaper clipping cut out from the January 28, 1987 issue of The Bradford Weekly. The clipping contains two photographs of the 25th anniversary celebration of the United Church Women (UCW) group, with caption included. The caption identifies the subject of one of the photos as Ruth Langford. The second picture is a posed photo of the UCW group.

Bradford Weekly