Betty Geier, a director with the Rosswood Community Association, presents the newly installed Kitsumkalum Lake-Rosswood Interpretive sign. Located 30-km north of Terrace on a roadside pullout overlooking the lake, the sign features the human history and prehistory of the area. The celebratory unveiling drew about 20 people to the site last Saturday, May 5. Betty Geier, a director with the Rosswood Community Association, presents the newly installed Kitsumkalum Lake-Rosswood Interpretive sign. Located 30-km north of Terrace on a roadside pullout overlooking the lake, the sign features the human history and prehistory of the area. The celebratory unveiling drew about 20 people to the site last Saturday, May 5.

VIDEO: Rosswood unveils new interpretive sign

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