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Honouring women of Lethbridge’s past

Sun Times photo by Tijana Martin
A portrait of Mildred Dobbs hangs in the hallway of the Galt Museum as part of the “Honouring Women of Lethbridge” exhibit.

“A girl can have both a career and a home, if she knows how to put both of them first.” It seems fitting that these words of wisdom from Pearl Borgal mark the halls of the Galt Museum as an introduction to the facility’s current exhibit “Honouring Women of Lethbridge.” The exhibit draws upon the rich history of strong women in the region, focusing on… Read More »

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Sun Times photo by Tijana Martin
A portrait of Mildred Dobbs hangs in the hallway of the Galt Museum as part of the “Honouring Women of Lethbridge” exhibit.

Honouring women of Lethbridge’s past

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