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Geocacher's Anonomous - My 100th Event @ Alma

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12 June 2019, 12:30 - 13:15

Welcome to County Mapleton South...

This will be a short - Geocacher`s Annoymous Meet'n'Greet.

Come celebrate my 100th Geocaching EVENT!!! Woohoo ... do not you just love Geocaching Challenges!!!

The event will be at:

The Right Spot
11 Graham Street West
Alma, ON, N0B 1A0
12:30 pm - 13:00 pm

Drop by, brag, sign log book (optional), chat, trade war-stories, etc. Food and drink are available.
Geocachers of all experiences are welcome ... from the beginner to the hard-core ADDICT!

Historically Alma...

  • Pioneers began settling along the Elora Saugeen Road, which forms the main street of Alma, during the 1840s.
  • Alexander MacCrea and his wife settled here in 1848, and built a store. The "MacCrae's Corners" post office was established in 1854, and MacCrae was postmaster.
  • In 1854, the settlement's name was changed from MacCrae's Corners to "Alma", after the Battle of Alma.
  • James Ledingham and his family moved to Alma in 1864, and built a saw and chopping mill.
  • In 1865, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church was established in Alma. The church moved to a new stone church in Alma in 1892.[3]
  • The Wellington, Grey and Bruce Railway built a line through Alma in 1870. The line was eventually taken over by Canadian National Railway, and was abandoned in 1983. The Alma railroad station has since been destroyed.
  • After the railway was constructed, Alma became "a bustling service centre for the local settlers and travellers".[5] Alma was noted for having a post office, wagon maker, weaver, telegraph office, shoemaker, grist mill, several saw mills, several stores, three churches, and four hotels. In 1879, the population was 250.


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