TRMF ELECTS NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND EXECUTIVE

The Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation AGM was held on 28 June, and the new Board of Directors was elected by ballot, with Michele Burton and Ray Proulx presiding as election officers.

The new board and executive look forward to advancing the museum project and serving the members of the TRMF for the 2007-08 year.

Mission
The purpose of the Society is to raise funds to build and operate the Tumbler Ridge Museum. More…

History
In 2000 two boys, Mark Turner (11) and Daniel Helm (8), were tubing down rapids in Flatbed Creek just below Tumbler Ridge. They fell off their tube and walked back upstream on bedrock. They noticed a series of depressions in the rock and correctly identified these as a dinosaur trackway. Trying to convince adults of the importance of their discovery, their perseverance paid off as their trail led to Phil Currie, Curator of Dinosaurs at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, and to palaeontologist Rich McCrea, western Canada's authority on dinosaur footprints. More…

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Staff:
The TRMF employs two palaeontologists (Curator Rich McCrea and Collections Manager Lisa Buckley). In summer further staff are hired for Dinosaur Camp, Dinosaur Footprint Tours etc. More…

Executive:
Jim Kincaid, President
Charles Helm, Vice President
Charissa Tonnesen, Past President
Jim Banning, Treasurer

Directors at large:
Sarah Gamble, Tim Hawkes, Sharon Banning, Fred Jarvis, Sue Kenny, April Moi, Brandon Braam

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