The fonds consists of materials created by the Calling Lake Interagency Meeting between 1981 and 1983. The fonds consists of minutes of the Calling Lake Interagency Meeting, correspondence, and newsletters (1982-1983) of Education North, a cooperative project between teachers and community residents to develop activities to meet the needs of children in northern communities.
The fonds consists of materials created by the Athabasca 4-H Club between 1967 and 1999. The fonds consists of club registration ; financial account book(1985-1993); executive and mebership lists (1989-1999); agenda and minutes; correspondence; and photographs and scrapbooks of the Athabasca 4-H Beef Club, depicting members and club activities.
The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Alice and Clifford Donahue of Athabasca, Alberta between 1924 and 1988. The fonds consists of correspondence, photographs and clippings of Alice and Clifford Donahue relating to their lives and activities in Athabasca. It includes files pertaining to community organizations and committees which the Donahues served on, business records; files pertaining to Alice Donahue's career as a teacher; scrapbooks; maps; and photographs.
The fonds consists of materials created by the Provista Society and the Richmond Park Community Hall Association between 1936 and 1990. The fonds consists of incorporation records, bylaws, rules, minutes (1940-1977, 1984-1988), agendas, notes, financial statements and records (1936-1985), 1984 cookbook information, correspondence, and grants information of the Richmond Park Community Hall Association. Includes membership list, library list and Ukrainian lessons of the Prosvita Society.
The fonds consists of materials created by the Athabasca and District Agricultural Association between 1914 and 1921 including the 1914 prize list and the 1915 memorandum of association. It also includes correspondence, minutes ,membership and prize lists, and financial statements of the Athabasca District Agricultural Society for the years listed above; as well as material on the Farmer's Market and Frosty Frolics(1982-1985). Two blueprints pertain to the Athabasca Recreation Complex, 1971, and two blueprints are of Athabasca and District Agricultural Society Recreational Park concept plans, 1989. Other subjects in this fonds include: John and Laura Keith, Teresa Jane McFetrich, Peggy McLeod(Tann), Dan and Dorothy Popeniuk, Frank Kowalchuk, Annie Kowalchuk, Nick and Mary Zilinski, and Floyd and Marion Kostyk. There are four photos of the Thunderin' Hooves 4-H Horse Club including years 2009-10 and 2013-14.
The fonds consists of materials created by the Athabasca Dance Society between 1988 and 2016. The fonds consists of 4 videocassettes,11 DVDs and most programmes for the society's annual final concerts. There are also 8 photographs (# 18241-18248). There are12 cm of textual records which include minutes, financial statements, class lists, and incorporation and By-law information.
The fonds consists of materials created by the County of Athabasca #12 between 1953 and 2007. The fonds consists of annual reports (1981-1994),the 1982 General Municipal Plan, maps of the county, two publicity videocassettes, a souvenir brochure of the grand opening of the new County building Feb.27, 1987 and other materials.
The fonds consists of materials created by the Athabasca Diocese of the Anglican Church between 1934 and 1986. The fonds consists of a Missionary Society Church of England in Canada leaflet on the Athabasca Diocese, a 27 page booklet celebrating the 75th anniversary of The Diocese of Athabaska in 1949, handbills celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Diocese (1974), Thanksgiving Service 1944, the 50th Anniversary of St. Andrews Church (1986), and the retirement dinner for Bishop James Pierce in 1974.
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Athabasca fonds
The fonds consists of material relating to the Gauthier family of Mirror Landing, Alberta. The fonds consists of family and town photographs, correspondence by Rene Gauthier Moys to the Athabasca Archives in 1997, and a story about Joseph Gauthier Sr. written by Rene Gauthier Moys in 1966.
The fonds consists of materials created by B.C. Hart between 1933 and 1966. The fonds consists of photocopies of a diary kept by Mr. Hart. Most of the content of the diary is concerned with assessment.