Sechelt, British Columbia, Canada
To preserve, enhance and maintain natural areas of Sechelt and its surrounds with special emphasis on the Sechelt Heritage Forest and the Hidden Grove.
"Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps a songbird will come." -- Chinese proverb
The Entrance Kiosk
The Grove needed a place near the entrance to:
     a) hold boards with maps, thank you's to donors, announcements, etc.
     b) Hold a bench for resting while waiting or after a hike
     c) just a place to be out of the rain
     d) look nice as an entrance piece
Thanks to two great donors and the work of our Trailbuilders gang we got a wonderful structure.

Preparing the ground and installing the footing started on April 18th, 2012 and the metal roof was on by May 17th.

Final Staining and Sign installation finished on September 19, 2012
Click pictures to see large OR See slideshow below
He fell on May 10, 2012 and you can click below to read some of the reports and news that followed:
During the construction, Rupert Clark, one of our valued volunteer Trailbuilders fell from a ladder and sustained some serious injuries.
We wish him a full recovery

See Other Main Donors Below
SEE A SLIDESHOW OF THE WHOLE PROCESS from bare ground to Finished - CLICK HERE
SEE EACH SIGN MORE CLEARLY - PDF
(Revised July, 2014)
West Coast Log Homes in Gibsons built the kiosk and sent one of their experts to assist in raising the structure.
Sechelt Community Projects Inc. - the Sunshine Coast Community Forest - donated the big cedar logs needed to make the kiosk.
Some of the roof components were paid for by part of a grant from Island Coastal Economic Trust.

MAIN DONORS FOR THE KIOSK PROJECT
Provided the wonderful signage at very special price with a charity discount
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