The ‘i’ from The TIMES sign is still “missing” and we’re asking readers to tell us where it is each week in these photos.
It will pop up in different locations around the community. Like us on Facebook and tell us where today’s picture was taken and you could win. It’s tucked right in there, like it belongs in this spot.
Anyone who answers correctly on Facebook before 9 a.m. Monday is automatically entered to win the weekly and grand prize draws.
Last week’s picture was taken of the Ruskin Hall on 96th Avenue and 284th Street in the eastern most region of Maple Ridge.
This is the second such hall to be erected in Ruskin. The first community hall of sorts was building in 1916. It was a two-room building intended to double as a replacement schoolhouse as well as a hall.
That burned down in 1922, and was replaced with the existing building the next year.
The property on which the hall stands was owned by William Gilchrist Laing, a carpenter who donated the land to Ruskin in 1927.
On Dec. 4, 1930, the Ruskin Community Hall Association was formed and took possession of the hall.
Congratulations to Lynne Bailey for answering correctly. Bailey is also entered in the grand-prize draw.
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