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Sicamous museum hosts grand-opening

Bonnie and Keith Peet explore a re-creation of the former M.J. Finlayson store on display Saturday at the grand opening of the Sicamous & District Museum and Historical Society’s new museum space in the Sicamous civic centre. Bonnie worked at the store under later owner Murray Sim for eight years until it burned down in 1982.  - Lachlan Labere
Bonnie and Keith Peet explore a re-creation of the former M.J. Finlayson store on display Saturday at the grand opening of the Sicamous & District Museum and Historical Society’s new museum space in the Sicamous civic centre. Bonnie worked at the store under later owner Murray Sim for eight years until it burned down in 1982.
— image credit: Lachlan Labere

 

Bonnie and Keith Peet explore a re-creation of the former M.J. Finlayson store on display Saturday at the grand opening of the Sicamous & District Museum and Historical Society’s new museum space in the Sicamous civic centre. Bonnie worked at the store under later owner Murray Sim for eight years until it burned down in 1982.

 

 

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