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Posted on October 4, 2016

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We welcome back some familiar faces, and some new faces. Everyone looks forward to meeting all the schools coming out this season. Joseph Wood has stepped into the position as our permanent Program Assistant over the summer months. We welcome back Glen Buchan and Brianna Nadin-Leal, and welcome Al Stewart, Mellisa Larouche, Marg Elliott, and Khalehla Litschel our newest casual Program Assistants.

We are excited about the variety of skills and experience of our team this season. Experiences range from teachers to historians we even have in the mix a retired parole officer. We will leave it up to you to try and figure out who has what experience. While a rest is well deserved, we are happy that Glen is only reducing the amount of time with us. He will occasionally be around when he isn’t off travelling the world and enjoying his retirement. We also would like to wish Jessica Weller a great year of studying as she sets to complete her masters on the west coast.

New Staff Enter as Seasoned Members Take a Well Deserved Rest

Posted on October 4, 2016Uncategorised

We welcome back some familiar faces, and some new faces. Everyone looks forward to meeting all the schools coming out this season. Joseph Wood has stepped into the position as our permanent Program Assistant over the summer months. We welcome back Glen Buchan and Brianna Nadin-Leal, and welcome Al Stewart, Mellisa Larouche, Marg Elliott, and […]

Acting at the Fort Heritage Precinct

Posted on April 12, 2016Uncategorised

We have a new Acting Culture and Historic Precinct Supervisor, congratulations Cherise Elliott. Jana Rowe will be filling in for Cherise as the Acting Fort Heritage Precinct Program Coordinator until further notice. Should you wish to connect with Jana about any of the programs she can be reached at the museumprograms@fortsask.ca email or by calling […]

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