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Commissioning Service

Photograph of five Trinity students singing together during a student leadership commissioning service in the Fall of 1995. Cathy Chapplow is pictures, second from the left

David Twiest receiving a certificate

Photograph of David Twiest, Director of Libraries, receiving a certificate from Weir Muir, president of the Langley Chamber of Commerce, for his part in developing McMillan Park - likely on Thursday September 23rd when the multi-phased McMillan Park and Trinity Lake Project culminated with the opening of the McMillan Park Rest Area adjacent to Glover Road

Ceremony for the opening of McMillan Park

Photograph of Stan Fryer, David Twiest, Neil Snider, a representative of Canada Manpower, and Weir Muir standing in front of the historic marker during the opening ceremonies of McMillan Park on Thursday September 23rd

President Raymond's inauguration

Photograph of guests and dignitaries at the inauguration of Trinity's third president. Those pictured include Phil Zylla - Principal of ACTS - second from right, as well as former presidents Neil Snider and Cal Hanson.

President Raymond's inauguration

Photograph of the platform party - including a Salvation Army band - during the inauguration ceremony. The University's website carried the following description: TWU's broad community of donors, friends, and government officials, joined with the campus and Board of Governors on October 14th, 2006, to formally inaugurate Dr. Jonathan S. Raymond as TWU President. The Chandos Pattison Auditorium was the perfect setting for the ceremony, which included a regal procession with over one hundred faculty in traditional academic colors, triumphant music and vibrant speakers highlighting the university's four decades of academic vitality.

Chapel Programs

Photograph of Harold Harder, Ken Davis, and Jack Van Dyke at the pulpit, with Christine Cross and Frank Eshelman at the front of the chapel.

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