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It's worthwhile to learn about Surrey's rich history

Re: The Leader’s 85th anniversary (July 17).

I didn’t know that. Congratulations.

I enjoyed reading the news from a bygone era. Being a young country, there is not that much history compared to old countries. But,there is history here. Most immigrants, even those who have been here for a long time, may not be aware of it. They are likely too busy establishing themselves in their adopted country.

I think it would be quite their worthwhile to check it out at the Surrey Museum in Cloverdale. It shows Surrey history and what life was like in early last century.

 

Dave Bains, Surrey

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