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April Tools Web Site

Last year, Kellei and I had a great time participating in the April Tools Wooden Boat Challenge, a mixture of inventive boatbuilding, team antics and kidsī mini-boatbuilding blended with a variety of community activities. This year Iīve had the honour of building a web site for the Society that organizes it...

The Pender Harbour Living Heritage Society, a registered charity, is fascinated About Pender Harbourīs past and determined to share that enthusiasm with the community. They needed a web site to help share the word and to promote the April Tools Wooden Boat Challenge. I already knew a couple of the members of the society both from other projects and through the Coast Guard Auxiliary and perhaps thatīs why they came to me for the site.

Itīs always easy to build a web site when you know and love the subject matter - In this case, wooden boats and maritime heritage, it was a shoe-in!

The new web site http://www.maritimeheritage.ca went live yesterday and is still getting some new content loaded, but already provides a good bit of background on the society, area, and their community events.

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