PHOTO: A walk down memory lane

District of Clearwater celebrates 10 years as a municipality

Former Clearwater town councillor Jack Braaksma (l) talks with present council member Ken Kjenstad during a reception held Tuesday evening, Dec. 5 to celebrate District of Clearwater’s 10th anniversary as a municipality.

Braaksma, now a resident of Kamloops, was the only Clearwater Improvement District trustee to also serve on the new municipality’s council. Kjenstad (and Mayor John Harwood) are the only members of council to have served since incorporation.

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