SUMMERLAND MUSEUM GLEE CLUB The Okanagan College Glee Club performed for many years in the Okanagan Valley. This picture shows the glee club from 1909. In the front row from left are Margaret Hogg, Nellie Bartholomew, Robena Logie, Eunice Haynes, Alice Tait, Miss Blyth, Minnie Robson, Ethel Brown, Katheryn Davidson. In the second row from left are unknown, Gwen Robinson, Daisy Ramsay, Howard Fysh, Mrs. Fysh, Georgina Logie, Alex Smith, Gilbert Thornhen, Ward Duncan, Percy Thornhen, Magnus Tait, Bill Grieves, Grenville Morgan, Jack McDougall, Mr. Milligan, Dr. Everett Sawyer and Alex Steven. The group performed in the Empire Hall, a large auditorium in Summerland which could accommodate up to 500 people. The hall, along with many shops and businesses, was destroyed in 1927 by a large fire which swept through the downtown area.

Glee Club performed in Summerland

Okanagan College Glee Club performed in the Empire Hall, which could accommodate up to 500 people

The Okanagan College Glee Club performed for many years in the Okanagan Valley.

This picture shows the glee club from 1909. In the front row from left are Margaret Hogg, Nellie Bartholomew, Robena Logie, Eunice Haynes, Alice Tait, Miss Blyth, Minnie Robson, Ethel Brown, Katheryn Davidson.

In the second row from left are unknown, Gwen Robinson, Daisy Ramsay, Howard Fysh, Mrs. Fysh, Georgina Logie, Alex Smith, Gilbert Thornhen, Ward Duncan, Percy Thornhen, Magnus Tait, Bill Grieves, Grenville Morgan, Jack McDougall, Mr. Milligan, Dr. Everett Sawyer and Alex Steven.

The group performed in the Empire Hall, a large auditorium in Summerland which could accommodate up to 500 people.

The hall, along with many shops and businesses, was destroyed in 1927 by a large fire which swept through the downtown area.

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