Avonlea (Sask.)



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1955 Indian Head Baseball tournament card

A card containing the events of the 1954 Indian Head baseball tournament on the front side.
Advertisements for the other events happening the nights after the tournament and charts to allow fans to keep score on the back side.

Avonlea, Blue Hill, Briercrest Pastoral Charges fonds

  • FL 031
  • Fonds
  • 1903–2002

The fonds consists of textual materials generated by Avonlea Pastoral Charge, Briercrest Pastoral Charge, Avonlea – Blue Hill and various constituent churches – their boards, committees and related bodies, local women’s units and other groups.

Contents include: minutes of church boards, sessions, stewards, congregational, trustee and committee meetings; choir, Mission Band and Sunday School records; minutes and financial records from some of the local Ladies Aid Society, Women’s Missionary Society (W.M.S.), Woman’s Association (W.A.), Women’s Federation (W.F.), and United Church Women (U.C.W.) groups; historic rolls and membership records; a Home Mission Record Book from Baildon, ca.1930; and registers documenting baptisms, marriages and burials at Avonlea, Briercrest, Tilney, Blue Hill, Baildon, and related locations. There are also records relating to the Briercrest unit of Canadian Girls in Training (C.G.I.T.).

Avonlea Pastoral Charge

Church plans

Series consists of building plans and blueprints for various churches, additions, and proposed related constructions in Saskatchewan. Contents include items relating to: Avonlea, Camp McKay and Round Lake Mission, Moose Mountain and Carlyle, Carievale, Frontier (Climax Pastoral Charge), Goodwater, Grenfell (Sakimay United), Keeler, LaFleche, Leader, Moose Jaw (Grandview and Minto United), Regina (Carmichael Presbyterian/United, Hillsdale United, St. James United, Whitmore Park United), Rockglen, Semans, Sceptre, Sintalute, Wapella, and an unidentified church (J. Wright, ca.1960) near the Radway Lumber Co.