Five students off to Provincial Heritage Fair

Young history buffs from schools in Abbotsford, Mission and Langley are heading to the Provincial Heritage Fair

After competing in the Fraser Valley Regional Heritage Fair held last month, five young history buffs from schools in Abbotsford, Mission and Langley are heading to the Provincial Heritage Fair.

The MSA Museum Society and the Fraser Valley regional selection committee announced the five student delegates who will represent their school,  and the Fraser Valley region as:

Paige Anderson, Grade 5, Prince Charles Elementary (Abbotsford) for her project on “Girl Guides”

Myriah Blackbird, Grade 5, Dorothy Peacock Elementary (Langley) for her project on “The First Nations”

Jenna Eberding, Grade 5, North Poplar (Abbotsford) for her project on “Cottonwood House Restoration Project”

Keanna Peters, Grade 5, Hatzic Elementary (Mission) for her project on “My Bannock Family”

Hannah Unger, Grade 5, home school student (Abbotsford) for her project on “Dust Bowl”

The 2014 Provincial Heritage Fair will be held in Kamloops from Sunday, June 29 to Thursday, July 3.

The five young Fraser Valley regional delegates will be joined by 60 students from 12 regions throughout the province.