Clearwater resident Murray Stockton stands beside a 1901 Wolseley car at the Kamloops Museum.

Seniors visit museum

Wells Gray Seniors Society goes on field trip to Kamloops Museum

Clearwater resident Murray Stockton stands beside a 1901 Wolseley car at the Kamloops Museum.

He was participating in a recent bus trip to enjoy a Chinese Smorg lunch and a visit to the museum organized by Wells Gray Country Seniors Society.

Funds from Wells Gray Community Forest support the monthly bus trip for seniors.

Stockton, who recently got his driver’s license back (after being deprived of it unfairly, he says), wished he could take the Wolseley for a test drive.

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Right: Keely Bland, education coordinator for the Kamloops Museum, tells stories about artifacts on display to a group of Clearwater seniors. Photos by Sandra Holmes

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