Pictured in front of the old original Wells Gray Park sign are (l-r) Chamber of Commerce members Jennifer Selbee and Jeff Lamond along with Rose Moore, tourist information counselor for the Wells Gray Info Centre. Photo submitted

Chamber delivers new tourist maps to Info Centre

Five thousand newly printed 2019 Clearwater Chamber maps delivered

By Anne Krawec

Five thousand newly printed 2019 Clearwater Chamber maps were delivered to the Wells Gray Information Centre on June 12. The colour and the format of the map have been changed this season to accommodate more corporate sponsors.

Chamber delivers tourist maps

This picture was taken in front of the old refurbished cedar sign that used to stand near the corner of Highway 5 and Clearwater Valley Road until it was taken out by a vehicle many years ago. The parks board picked up the pieces and saved them and after the Information Centre opened in 1986 they had the original sign placed on the grounds with a roof over it.



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