“outstanding achievement in promoting and interpreting Alberta’s heritage” and by the Historical Society of Alberta for “outstanding contribution to Alberta’s history.” Photo caption: (L-R): Fred Bradley, chair of the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation, Emerson, Janice, and Cal Dallas, MLA Red Deer South. William Brymer (’65) writes, “My memories of MtA are all pleasant and start with my arrival at the Sackville train station and Mariner Black welcoming me even though we had never met. Rick Black and Gus Macfarlane and changing in the barn at St. Dunstan’s and bringing back a bag of turnips with all our equipment. The Avro Arrow jet engine arriving on campus in the middle of the afternoon, the symbolic Tantramar canal we dug, listening to John Diefenbaker campaigning on the back of the CN as it passed through Sackville and the expression on John Hall’s face as a very carefully wrapped bottle of Jamaican rum broke on the floor of Hunton House as the mail was dropped off. And so it goes. Last but not least while swimming for MtA against Dal where we lost terribly to Dalhousie, little did I know at the time but I swam against my future wife Lois who I met two years later at Dalhousie while in dental school. Somehow it works. We have been married for 46 years and she is as funny as ever.” Since the 2012 launch of her memoir, Journeywoman: Swinging a Hammer in a Man’s World, Kate Braid (’67) has given readings in Boston, Toronto, Hamilton, Edmonton, Regina, Vancouver and in several cities (and on several islands) around BC including Victoria, Sechelt, and Nanaimo. In addition to general readers, she has spoken to the BC Workers’ Compensation Board, professional engineers, a church group, and to tradeswomen. Although officially retired from teaching, she’s also taught several workshops on creative writing. MARSHLANDS INN Serving Mount Allison alumnae, students, families and the University for eight decades. Offering 18 unique guest rooms, fine dining for up to 80 people, weddings, meeting facilities, banquets and small conferences. 55 Bridge Street Sackville, NB E4L 3N8 1-800-561-1266 info@marshlands.nb.ca www.marshlands.nb.ca Artisan Bakery Soup & Sandwiches Preserves Gluten-Free Baking Seasonal Treats Cranewood on Main Once the home of Mount Allison’s President, this beautiful historic property is also available for meetings, luncheons, receptions, weddings & more! Hours: Monday–Friday 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.–2 p.m. 113 Main St., Sackville, New Brunswick, E4L 1A5 (506) 939-3133 cranewoodonmain@yahoo.ca www.cranewoodonmain.com 33