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The Boyd Museum

The mandate of the Boyd Heritage Museum is to collect, acquire, preserve, conserve, exhibit, and interpret the artifacts and records that documents, illustrate, and give context to the activities of Mossom Boyd, his family, and their business enterprises across Canada and internationally; to conduct research for the museum and publication purposes; and to interpret to the public how the Village of Bobcaygeon and the Kawartha Lakes region was developed and influenced economically, socially and politically by the Boyd Family and it's enterprises.

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A.Sheila Boyd Foundation

The mandate for the A.Sheila Boyd Foundation is to preserve and maintain the Boyd Building (Bobcaygeon Ontario), its interior, exterior, and site as a unique and historically significant property; to establish, operate and sustain the Boyd Heritage; to provide a place for cultural and heritage education, and partner with others to provide cultural activities. 

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The Team

Back row left to right: Larry Weiler, Ruth McIssac, Silvia Green, Kari Kittle, Debbi Smith 

Front (on the couch) Caroline Warren, Joan Mathew, Joyce Anderson, Joyce Ingram, Barb McFadzen (missing – Joyce Bryon (in Florida), Isobel Oliver (missing, in the kitchen of her home).

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