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Victoria neighbourhood history talk included in Rockland AGM

The Rockland Neighbourhood Association, representing roughly 4,000 residents, invites community members to its 35th annual general meeting next Wednesday (Feb. 20) at Grace Lutheran Church, 1273 Fort St.

Along with a presentation by local historian Danda Humphries, the meeting includes a review of the past year’s activities and discussions on how the association may continue its stated mandate of working toward “the protection of a unique, urban environment” in the city. The meeting gets underway at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit rockland.bc.ca.

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