CFB Chilliwack Historical Society Has 3 Months To Find A New Home – GoFundMe Page

Chilliwack – The legacy of CFB Chilliwack, started to end on a sour note when the base was closed in 1995. It is now UFV and the surrounding Garrison Crossing area although the Veterans Memorial remains.

In 2015, the Canadian Military Education Centre (CMEC) Museum closed. It was one of Canada’s largest collections of restored military vehicles including armored personnel carriers, tanks and a plane. That building next to Canada Education Park, became the extension of the Agriculture faculty at UFV.

That FVN story can be found here.

Now, the CFB Chilliwack Historical Society is in panic mode again. In a release to media, they state:

We are writing to announce the tragic news that the building we are currently in, has been sold. With only 3 months to find a suitable location and maintain our display rooms, leaves us facing many challenges. We urgently seek help from our community of Chilliwack in planning for a new home for thousands of Military artifacts. We  reach out to you for your support as we embark this precipitated circumstance. We would like to invite you to come meet and mingle with some of our members and partners as we share new direction in the Supporting The Legacy Of CFB Chilliwack.

The society has started a GoFundMe Page to help save the museum.

For more information, contact Founder and Past President Jim Harris  (604) 769-3833 or jimharris@shaw.ca

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