Parlby, Beatrice - 1987 Hall of Fame Inductee

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Beatrice Parlby devoted over 60 years of service to community and farm organizations in Alberta. In her early years she taught school at Milo, Taber and Lacombe, where she was remembered for her instruction in drama. She was also a 4-H public speaking competition judge, a C.G.I.T. leader and a Girl Guide captain. As president of the United Farm Women of Alberta at Alix, she was instrumental in the restoration of the UFA hall library. A life member of Women of Unifarm, she had been on the organization's scholarship committee for the County of Lacombe since its inception over 20 years ago. She also maintained a campsite on her farm at Alix for Boy Scouts and Girl Guides.

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