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PROBUS Club of Lethbridge

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Date Range
2012-2-19
Description Level
Fonds
Accession No.
20191034
Physical Description
9 cm of textual records, 6 photographs
Scope and Content
2019.1034/001: Listing of PROBUS Club membership 2013/14-2019, and listing of Board Executive members 2011/12-2019. Photographs of Board Executive members, 6 photographs, 2013/14-2017/18. 2019.1034/002: Miscellaneous collection of PROBUS Constitution, Press Releases from 2016-2019, and Topics/Speak…
Date Range
2012-2-19
Description Level
Fonds
Creator
PROBUS Club of Lethbridge
Physical Description
9 cm of textual records, 6 photographs
History / Biographical
The Lethbridge PROBUS Club was established in 1997, with its formative meeting taking place in September and its first official meeting taking place October 23, 1997 at Ericksen’s Restaurant. The Rotary Clubs of Lethbridge helped to establish the club and sent the initial invitations to retired or semi-retired individuals in Lethbridge. A PROBUS (an abbreviation of PROfessional and BUSiness) club is meant for retired and semi-retired individuals who have had “some measure of responsibility in any field of endeavor”. Meetings are meant to be held monthly and regular outings are planned, with the goal of bringing retired people together to socialize. The Club has invited multiple speakers from around the area for educational opportunities. Speakers have included Belinda Crowson, from the Galt Museum & Archives in 2014 who spoke on local Lethbridge history, and retired Lethbridge City Police Chief, John Middleton-Hope, who spoke on his work as an international consultant in 2013. Members also enjoy local tours, such as the
Scope and Content
2019.1034/001: Listing of PROBUS Club membership 2013/14-2019, and listing of Board Executive members 2011/12-2019. Photographs of Board Executive members, 6 photographs, 2013/14-2017/18. 2019.1034/002: Miscellaneous collection of PROBUS Constitution, Press Releases from 2016-2019, and Topics/Speakers for 2015-March 2019. 2019.1034/003: Meeting Minutes for monthly meetings; including all Executive, General, and Annual Meetings, from September 2012-March 2019. 2019.1034/004: PROBUS Club of Lethbridge Newsletters, October 2013-March 2019.
Notes
Title based on the contents of the fonds.
Finding Aid
File list available.
Accession No.
20191034
Category
Sports, recreation and leisure
Name Access
1996 Alberta Winter Games Society
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2 Essays By Avice Frayne Anderson

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Date Range
2003
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083001
Physical Description
3 mm of textual records
Scope and Content
2 Essays written by Avice Frayne Anderson: "The Sherans: Nicholas, Marcella, Michael, James", and "Early Schools In North Lethbridge".
Date Range
2003
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
3 mm of textual records
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
2 Essays written by Avice Frayne Anderson: "The Sherans: Nicholas, Marcella, Michael, James", and "Early Schools In North Lethbridge".
Accession No.
20191083001
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Obituaries: Various People

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Date Range
1915-2006
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083002
Physical Description
1 mm of textual data
Scope and Content
Obituaries for various people in Southern Alberta from the Lethbridge Herald and funeral cards.
Date Range
1915-2006
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 mm of textual data
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Obituaries for various people in Southern Alberta from the Lethbridge Herald and funeral cards.
Accession No.
20191083002
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Archive
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Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083004
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Andy Allison Curling.
  1 image  
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Andy Allison Curling.
Accession No.
20191083004
Collection
Archive
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Air Force Association of Canada: Special Recognition Poster

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Date Range
1949-1994
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083003
Physical Description
1 mm of textual records
Scope and Content
Poster of the Air Force Association of Canada: 51st Annual Charter Night- With Special Recognition for all 702 Wing Past Presidents.
Date Range
1949-1994
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 mm of textual records
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Poster of the Air Force Association of Canada: 51st Annual Charter Night- With Special Recognition for all 702 Wing Past Presidents.
Accession No.
20191083003
Collection
Archive
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Garry Allison - Sports Writer, Author

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Date Range
1980?
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083005
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Professional photograph of Garry Allison.
  1 image  
Date Range
1980?
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Professional photograph of Garry Allison.
Accession No.
20191083005
Collection
Archive
Images
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Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083006
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Steve Arisman leaning against a table. Part 1/2 of Steve Arisman photographic print.
  1 image  
Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Steve Arisman leaning against a table. Part 1/2 of Steve Arisman photographic print.
Accession No.
20191083006
Collection
Archive
Images
Less detail
Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083007
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Steve Arisman playing hockey. Part 1/2 of Steve Arisman photographic print. He scores the goal on an unidentified goaltender.
  1 image  
Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Steve Arisman playing hockey. Part 1/2 of Steve Arisman photographic print. He scores the goal on an unidentified goaltender.
Accession No.
20191083007
Collection
Archive
Images
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Date Range
2002?
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083008
Physical Description
1 colour photographic print
Scope and Content
Close up view of Ian Balfour skiing down a mountain.
  1 image  
Date Range
2002?
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 colour photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Close up view of Ian Balfour skiing down a mountain.
Accession No.
20191083008
Collection
Archive
Images
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Date Range
198-?
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083009
Physical Description
1 colour photographic print
Scope and Content
John Berezay presenting a prize to an unidentified young woman. John Berezay Part 1/2.
  1 image  
Date Range
198-?
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 colour photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
John Berezay presenting a prize to an unidentified young woman. John Berezay Part 1/2.
Accession No.
20191083009
Collection
Archive
Images
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Date Range
198-?
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083010
Physical Description
1 colour photographic print
Scope and Content
John Berezay presenting a young girl with her prize. John Berezay Part 2/2.
  1 image  
Date Range
198-?
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 colour photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
John Berezay presenting a young girl with her prize. John Berezay Part 2/2.
Accession No.
20191083010
Collection
Archive
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Lane Berry and George Holman

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Date Range
197-?
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083011
Physical Description
1 colour photographic print
Scope and Content
George Holman presents Lane Berry with a sculpture prize.
  1 image  
Date Range
197-?
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 colour photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
George Holman presents Lane Berry with a sculpture prize.
Accession No.
20191083011
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083012
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Elijah Bourne - jockey, Part 1/2.
  1 image  
Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Elijah Bourne - jockey, Part 1/2.
Accession No.
20191083012
Collection
Archive
Images
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Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083013
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Elijah Bourne preparing his saddle and riding equipment. Elijah Bourne - Jockey Part 2/2.
  1 image  
Date Range
ca. 1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Elijah Bourne preparing his saddle and riding equipment. Elijah Bourne - Jockey Part 2/2.
Accession No.
20191083013
Collection
Archive
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Date Range
197-?
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083014
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Headshot of Wayne Bowes, badminton player.
  1 image  
Date Range
197-?
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Headshot of Wayne Bowes, badminton player.
Accession No.
20191083014
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Ben Brooks - Lethbridge College Basketball Coach

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Date Range
1980
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083015
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Ben Brooks LCC Basketball Coach.
  1 image  
Date Range
1980
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Ben Brooks LCC Basketball Coach.
Accession No.
20191083015
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Broder's Canadian Champions

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Date Range
1961
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083016
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Team picture of the Broder's, 1961 Canadian Champions. Back row: Harry Blacker, Don McClain, Ken Larson, Glen Ennis, Barry Forest, Bob Bradley, Gord Fester, Al West, Doug Terry. Front row: Bobby Broder, Lloyd Harris, Pete Vanderhilt, Stan Broder, Jack Lilja, Hal Brown, Bob Hamilton, Logan Tait, Bob…
  1 image  
Date Range
1961
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Team picture of the Broder's, 1961 Canadian Champions. Back row: Harry Blacker, Don McClain, Ken Larson, Glen Ennis, Barry Forest, Bob Bradley, Gord Fester, Al West, Doug Terry. Front row: Bobby Broder, Lloyd Harris, Pete Vanderhilt, Stan Broder, Jack Lilja, Hal Brown, Bob Hamilton, Logan Tait, Bob Emery.
Accession No.
20191083016
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Peter Bruised Head - rodeo

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Date Range
1977
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083017
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Peter Bruised Head.
  1 image  
Date Range
1977
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Peter Bruised Head.
Accession No.
20191083017
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Jess Burrows - Horseshoes

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Date Range
1981
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083018
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Jess Burrows playing horseshoes.
  1 image  
Date Range
1981
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
Scope and Content
Jess Burrows playing horseshoes.
Accession No.
20191083018
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Greg Butterfield and Ivory Lighting - rodeo

https://collections.galtmuseum.com/en/permalink/descriptions96068
Date Range
1980?
Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20191083019
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
Scope and Content
Action shot of Greg Butterfield getting bucked off Ivory Lightning at a rodeo.
  1 image  
Date Range
1980?
Description Level
Item
Creator
Garry Allison
Physical Description
1 black and white photographic print
History / Biographical
Garry Allison was born in Lethbridge in 1940. During his career, he served as the Sports Editor of the Lethbridge Herald, as well as the District Editor, City Editor and finished his journalism career as the Outdoors Editor. He worked fulltime in the Herald's Sports department in 1974 after working in the Printing Department. Allison was an avid rodeo fan and spent much of his career covering local rodeos throughout Southern Alberta, beginning in the mid-1960s until his retirement in 2002. He received numerous awards for his coverage of rodeos, high school sports and the outdoors, including the Max Bell Memorial Award for outstanding coverage of amateur sports in Alberta. Because of his achievements in Southern Alberta sports, he was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame. Allison was heavily involved in the local community, including coaching the high school girls’ basketball in Coalhurst and Winston Churchill for ten years. Family was a central priority to Garry Allison: he and his wife, Mary, were married for 55 years and had cared for foster children for 32 years.
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Action shot of Greg Butterfield getting bucked off Ivory Lightning at a rodeo.
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