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PeopleLink - Gordon Winter
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Rogers Community 4, Surrey. Producer/Editor: Bob Cottingham. Writer/Editor/Camera: Steve White. Host: Archie Miller. Executive Producer: Catharin Ackroyd.
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1 videocassette (29 min., 29 sec.) : VHS, col., sd.
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Item consists of a videocassette included as part of the Brock House Society's submission on behalf of Mr. Gordon Winter for their annual Senior Award (1993). It contains an episode of a community access program broadcast on Rogers community 4, Surry in 1993 called ?PeopleLink? which appears to focus on the contributions of individuals to the local community to support the submission. This episode, hosted by Archie Miller, uses exposition from the host, interview segments with Mr. Winter, and interviews with people he worked with to discuss his life, work, and primarily his contributions to the community.
The program includes footage of the bridge of the ?Native? paddlewheel boat in New Westminster, and interviews with various people who knew and worked with Mr. Winter: Don Skagen (Chairman, Mohawk Oil Co. Ltd.), Gary Cartwright (Vice President Sales, Mohawk Oil Co.), Colin Ryan (fellow Rotarian), Joy Yorath (Director of Development, Burnaby Hospital), Lynda Thornton (Burnaby Health Department), Norm Grohmann (BCTV Weatherman), and Sam Fame (Salvation Army).
Scanlines at the bottom of the image run throughout, with slight video artefacts occasionally in the image.
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Access to original videocassette limited for preservation purposes.
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Copyright: Rogers Community 4, Surrey, expiry: 2044-01-01
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