Growing collections in history

Tammy Morgan has been the executive director of the Cranbrook History Centre since January 2017

Tammy Morgan has been the executive director of the Cranbrook History Centre since January 2017. — Marie Milner photo

Under executive director Tammy Morgan, more changes are taking place at the Cranbrook History Centre (CHC). The Paleontology Gallery will open this summer, featuring locally found trilobites; Teck Coal has promised to donate significant mining memorabilia; and the FW Green Clinic has donated early medical instruments and an antique x-Ray. New merchandise in the gift shop will include art and products from local artists and artisans. And ground has been broken for Phase 1 of the Heritage Railcar Preservation Building, a $4-million project at the CHC in Cranbrook. The structure is being built by Tyee Log & Timber, a Kimberley contractor.

Marie Milner

Marie Milner is a writer and photographer for Kootenay Business magazine and several other publications. She appreciates the inspiration that she gets during her interviews and hopes to share that inspiration with you. View all of Marie Milner’s articles

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