Centennial organizers seeking wedding photos

Love will be in the air in Armstrong next month.

To help the city celebrate its 100th birthday this year, the Armstrong Centennial Committee is hosting a community event called A Celebration of Love Feb. 16.

The event will showcase Armstrong’s citizens and celebrate their lives and marriages.

What event organizers need are wedding pictures.

“Single pictures, generational pictures, family pictures,” said committee member Patti Noonan.

“We would especially love to have a write up of the event details, history of the family and  a current picture as well.”

The committee is also looking to borrow original wedding dresses for a fashion  show.

E-mail digital copies of photos to, or stop by and your pictures  can be scanned at the Armstrong Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce Office (3333 Bridge Ave.). Pictures can also be dropped off at: Country Comfort Esthetics, 3375 Okanagan Street.

Call Noonan at 250-546-8155 or Colleen at 250-546-9929 for more information.


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