On Sunday afternoon, Summerland machinist/welder Ken Brown, right, and friend Rick Hill installed replicas of apple-shaped signs that were once attached to the 1939 fieldstone marker on Highway 97 near the Trout Creek Bridge.

On Sunday afternoon, Summerland machinist/welder Ken Brown, right, and friend Rick Hill installed replicas of apple-shaped signs that were once attached to the 1939 fieldstone marker on Highway 97 near the Trout Creek Bridge.

Sign installation

Apple signs were added to a marker on Highway 97 near Trout Creek Bridge.

On Sunday afternoon, Summerland machinist/welder Ken Brown, right, and friend Rick Hill installed replicas of apple-shaped signs that were once attached to the 1939 fieldstone marker on Highway 97 near the Trout Creek Bridge.

Last fall the marker was moved to its new location at the tourist pullout in Trout Creek. Summerland’s Heritage Advisory Commission helped co-ordinate restoration of this marker and one at Bentley Road, which was the former northern entrance to Summerland.

The completed project will be celebrated at the Trout Creek location on Tuesday, June 18 at 10 a.m. All welcome.

 

 

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