Where in the World ... ?
“Where in the World is UELAC?” Where in the world are YOU?? With your help, we hope to find out! Take a travel photo of yourself wearing UELAC gear and we'll feature it online and in an upcoming issue of Loyalist Trails.
In the meantime, browse our recent submissions below and see if you recognize the people, the places, or both. Click any photo for a larger resolution.
Highlight the space below the photo to reveal the answer if you're stumped!
“Sometimes you eat the bear ...”
Where is Col Edward Jessup Branch member Barbara Law?
Answer: [ Barbara and husband Ken visited Churchill, Manitoba. The two pictures are from the side of the highway just outside Churchill and then at the Churchill Railway Station & Museum. We saw a lot of polar bears and other animals but none up close. We really enjoyed our time there and would recommend it. ]
Queen of the Desert
Where is Brenda Dougall Merriman?
Answer: [ With the promise of Spring in the air, it was tough to wait it out. Warmer climes beckon. The lush vegetation and the small table in the foreground offer clues; the camel (named Akawi) narrows the possibilities, but I didn't meet Akawi at the 2014 Toronto UELAC conference. In this case, it was Africa – more specifically, Marrakech, Morocco. ]
In Heritage We Trust
Where is Anne Redish UE?
Answer: [ Members of UELAC Dominion Council (Executive, VPs and Councillors) meet each year in the Spring. The first day (March 3 this year) is held at George Brown House, the home of the UELAC national office and one of the properties operated by Ontario Heritage Trust. Regional Vice President Anne Redish, a member of the Kingston ON Branch, drew the short straw and brought coffee. ]
Surely She's Thirty
Can you identify the celebrants, the reason, and/or the location?
Answer: [ On March 05 2017, the Vancouver and Chilliwack Branches gathered and posed for a photo in Chilliwack BC to celebrate the 80th Birthday of Shirley Dargatz UE. For some of her contributions, see her citation as the 2012 recipient of the annual Dorchester Award. ]
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