About Project Participants

The Fifty Plus Club was very pleased with the partnerships that they were able to form in the community to complete this project. They provided names and address of seniors who had interesting stories to tell. Students from Ascension Collegiate conducted the interviews. All the other partnering groups provided whatever assistance was necessary when help was requested.

Below are photographs of a selection of students who conducted the interviews, and the seniors that they interviewed.

Mr. Eric Dawe, former Mayor of Bay Roberts,
Mr. Eric Dawe, Bay Roberts, former Mayor, and former Cabinet Minister in the Smallwood Government.

Mr. Wilbur Sparkes, Bay Rooberts
Mr. Wilbur Sparkes
Former long-time Mayor of Bay Roberts

Mrs. Loretta Snow
Mrs. Loretta Snow, Rug Hooker.

Max King
The late Mr. Max King, Brigus
Interviewed by his granddaughter. Melissa

Mr. Edmund Dawson
Mr. Edmund Dawson, Bay Roberts


Cecil Greenland
Mr. Cecil Greenland, Coley's Point
104 years old
The oldest resident in the Bay Roberts Area.

Ray and Olive Barrett
Ray and Olive Barrett,
Bishop's Cove Shore, interviewed
by their granddaughters
Kelsey Barrett, Sam Hardy

Emmy Roach
Mrs. Emmie Roach, Coley's Point

Mr. Greenland with girls
Mr Ralph Greenland, interviewed by
Chantel Boone, Destiny Connolly,
and Sara Murray

Gary Kennedy
Painting by Gary Kennedy, Newfoundland Artist, when he was a little boy in George Noseworthy's Art School in Port de Grave. Mona Petton of Port de Grave explains about the Art School in an interview by Stephanie Dawe

 

 


Thank you to NEW HORIZONS FOR SENIORS Human Resources and Sikills Development Canada