Fonds - Trouty Recreation Committee fonds

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Trouty Recreation Committee fonds

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  • 1979-2006 (Creation)
    Trouty Recreation Commitee

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3.5 cm of textual records

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In 1979 a dart league was started in Trouty at the Anglican Church Women’s Hall, by a group of residents who thought that some added social activity in the community might be useful and welcomed. Before long it was considered that the Hall would not continue to be appropriate for such an activity to continue. The interested parties decided to build their own hall (The Recreation Hall). This decision was hastened by a supply of government (both federal and provincial) funding. It was about this time that the thought was advanced that a site/ hall would be a place where the youth of Trouty could possibly meet and entertain themselves.

As a result plans were made and partly carried out to equip the building with appropriate furnishings. The full aspirations were met by 1983. The Dart League flourished in a diminishing manner until 2005. In the mean time the Committee operated with varying amounts of success until 2006 when there existed but two officers and one member. When no other members of the community came forward to join the Committee it was decided to disband the Committee and to sell the Hall ‘as is’.

The hall was sold for $2600 and the remaining funds were dispersed as follows; $1650 paid to the Town of Trinity for fire protection for Trouty for 2007; and any remaining funds were divided between St. Matthew’s Anglican Church; Fort Point Lions Club and Trouty Fire Service.

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The Committee agreed to donate the remaining written material with the Trinity Historical Society Archives in 2006.

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Collection consists of minutes of the Reaction Committee, 2003 - 2006; treasurers records 2003 - 2005; Notices and correspondence and miscellaneous materials concerning the history of the community.

The records have been organized in four series: Series 1, minutes 2003 - 2005; Series 2, Treasurer’s records, 2003 - 2005; Series 3, Correspondence, 2000 - 2006; Series 4, Miscellaneous, 1825 - 2004.

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Created - August 28, 2013

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