Replica Educational Travelling Exhibit
NATIONAL WAR MEMORIAL and
TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER

In 2003 the British Columbia Veterans Commemorative Association (BCVCA) in partnership with Veterans Affairs Canada (Pacific Region) commissioned the design of a scaled replica educational travelling exhibit of the National War Memorial and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It is a majestic piece of artistry created under the direction of Ronnie Way of Creativeway Services. Five Vancouver sculptors and artists donated time to design and complete construction of the replica. They Included Gerry Dallman “Mad Dog”, Sculptor/Craftsman; Rob Jolivette, Sculptor; Christina Peori, Artist/Painter and Lynne Waters, Costumer

The replica is designed to travel throughout BC and community organizations wishing to have in on display should contact Maj. Bob Mugford CD, the Chief Warden at 604 814 2403 or by email atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

THE BCVCA WARDEN PROGRAM
Increasing calls for the display of our War Memorial replica have opened up a need for people to accompany it and provide information to school children, educators and others who come to see it. Responsibilities will include packing, unpacking and inspecting the display, setting it up in location and explaining its significance. We would like to have people throughout the province who can undertake this role and the presence of someone trained on site will ease our minds when we are asked to send out the display. Anyone who would like to help should contact the Chief Warden – Maj. Bob Mugford at 604 814 2403 or by email atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.