Enderby Rockhounds and Natural History Group

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Enderby Rockhounds and Natural History Group

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The Enderby Rockhounds and Natural History group started in October 1969. It was organized under the newly formed Arts Council in Enderby for anyone interested in the collecting of rocks, Indian artifacts, making gemstone jewellery, or in the outdoors. The meetings were held in members' homes. They organized group outtings for rock collection and nature study. The books were closed at the meeting of January 21, 1988. This group organized the building in September 1976 and maintenance of the Canada goose cairn in Barnes Park until it was removed in April 1995.

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