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Gwen Abram
   Lansdowne Park
Mr. and Mrs. Atlee
   Harry and Jessie Irvine
Mr. Brian Blackwell
   Sechelt (1940-2007)
Audrey Broughton
   Sechelt Meat Lockers
Caple family
   Redrooffs Resort
Richard (Dick) Clayton
   Clayton family, early Sechelt
Mr. Cavin Crawford
   Crawford home
District of Sechelt
   Various
Friends of the Library
   Sechelt Library
Mrs. May Gillis
   Redrooffs Resort
Mrs. Joan Graham
   Rockwood Lodge
Mrs. Patricia Hilton
   Redrooffs, Cooper's Green
Mr. Philip (Pete) Jackson
   Jackson Brothers' Logging
Ms. Caroline Keeley
   Jackson Brothers' Logging
Mr. and Mrs. Kohuch
   Gilmore brothers
Mrs. Joyce Kolibas
   Sechelt General Store
Eddie and Gladys Le Warne
   Trading Post, Davis Bay
Mr. Gary Little
   Early postcards
Mrs. Diana Lofstrom
   Sechelt Library Board
Mrs. Faye McCourt
   McCourt family, various
Mrs. Barbara Moffett
   Various
St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary
   Events, volunteers
Sechelt Community Archivist
   Wakefield Inn
Sechelt Garden Club
   Events, members
Sechelt Public Library
   Peninsula Times newspaper
Mr. Philip Sawkins
   Sitka Spruce Lumber, Picnic
Mrs. June Shepherd
   Ernie Penn, Sechelt Hotel
Mrs. Billie Steele
   Hacketts, Rockwood Lodge
Mr. Charles Stephens and
Mr. Robert D'Arcy

   Sandy Hook community
Sunshine Coast Credit Union
  Building
Mrs. Bea Swanson
   Swanson Redi-Mix, events
Mrs. Sue Thompson
   Wilson Creek baseball
Mrs. Betty Twigg
   Mrs. Alice French
University Women
   Members, events
The Rev. Kenneth Walker
   George Walker
Mrs. Jean Whittaker
   Shorncliffe Intermediate Care
Mrs. Frances Yordan
   Hunt family, Sargeant Bay

 


Sandy Hook Community Association Collection -- Sandy Hook, Page 1

Sandy Hook, a hilly peninsula jutting out in to Sechelt Inlet's east side, is located seven kilometres north of Sechelt. For almost forty years, seventy-three acres of this land was owned and logged by Herman Solberg until, in the 1960s, he sold it to the Capilano Highlands Development Company of North Vancouver. This company wasted no time in selling lots for development. First, cottages were built by and for summer and weekend visitors but gradually permanent homes appeared and now the majority of residents live year-round in Sandy Hook. The early residents formed an association primarily to organize improvements to the water supply. The first official meeting of the Sandy Hook Association was held in Burnaby on November 30, 1966 and elected representatives have been meeting regularly ever since to take care of Sandy Hook residents' concerns.

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1990s -- Sandy Hook Road

Photo courtesy Sandy Hook Community Association


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1990s -- house under construction in Sandy Hook

Photo courtesy Sandy Hook Community Association


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1990s -- house in Sandy Hook

Photo courtesy Sandy Hook Community Association


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