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Heritage Projects

1.The Melita Notable People Project

The Town Of Melita, with funding from the Heritage Grants Program has completed a Notable People Project based on a format developed by the Historic Resources Branch of Manitoba Culture, Heritage & Tourism.  The project involves the production of the Inventory (estimated to feature 200 names), followed by Analysis through which is developed a List of Significant People.

The project is available in the form of a binder at the Town Office and most of the data is also online.

It is an evergreen document, with the master files located on the library computer, and anyone with contributions and corrections is encourage to either make a notation right in the binder and/or to contact the consultant who prepared the draft at:

kenstorie3@gmail.com

"We Made Melita" is a more in-depth look at some of the key figures in Hartney's history. It is alos available as a Booklet and Online



2.The Melita Special Places Project

The Town Of Melita, with funding from the Heritage Grants Program has completed a Special Places Project based on a format developed by the Historic Resources Branch of Manitoba Culture, Heritage & Tourism.  The project involves the production of the Inventory (estimated to feature 100 sites), followed by Analysis through which is developed a List of Significant Sites that will be explored for potential municipal designation (estimated to include not more than 10 sites).

The project is available in the form of a binder at the Town Office and most of the data is also online.

It is an evergreen document, with the master files located on the library computer, and anyone with contributions and corrections is encourage to either make a notation right in the binder and/or to contact the consultant who prepared the draft at:

kenstorie3@gmail.com

3.The Melita Educational Materials Project

The Town Of Melita, with funding from the Heritage Grants Program has completed a Educational Materials Project.  The goal is to provide teachers with easy access to materials that help them included alocal perspect in social studies courses.

The project is available in the form of a binder at the Town Office and most of the data is also online.

It is an evergreen document, with the master files located on the library computer, and anyone with contributions and corrections is encourage to either make a notation right in the binder and/or to contact the consultant who prepared the draft at:

kenstorie3@gmail.com