LETTERS: Take time to consider past

Editor: It was a delight to see the new plaques giving fascinating information on our little town.

Editor:

For all the locals and visitors strolling the White Rock pier, it was a delight to see the new plaques that have been added by the White Rock Museum & Archives giving all kinds of fascinating information on the history of our little town.

I had no idea we were the crabbing capital of B.C. and we once had a large Japanese population who contributed to our history. I hope people take the time to stop and enjoy them as they stroll the pier.

Huge compliments to the staff of the museum and people who implemented these plaques for the enjoyment and education of the next generation. Well done!

Lynn Browne, White Rock

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