100 Mile community hall murals
In Memory Of Shirley Case
The Shirley Case mural on the north west wall was funded by the 100 Mile House Mural Society, the South Cariboo Truckers Assoc. and the friends and family of Shirley Case and painted by Dwayne Davis in 2015.The daughter of Alex and Deb Case , Shirley is honoured for her free spirit, volunteer efforts and peace keeping role in Canada, Central America, Africa ,and Indonesia- and inspiration for our young people. While working in Afghanistan as a humanitarian aid worker she died in 2008 at 31 years of age.
The Legion Mural
The Legion mural and flag on the south wall was funded by the 100 Mile House Legion Branch # 260 and painted by Dwayne Davis and Neil Pinkett in 2009, commemorating two 100 MileHouse Veterans Ernie Sampson (Ret. Navy) and Gordon Thorsteinson (Ret. Air Force ) and pays homage to all veterans serving on land, air and sea.
The Marks Mural
The Marks mural on the south west wall was funded by the Marks family and friends and painted by Dwayne Davis in 2018.Ross Marks came to 100 Mile in 1948 as a 21 year old, for a summer job at Lord Martin Cecil’s Bridge Creek Estate Ranch , fell in love with the community, decided to stay, worked on incorporation of the Village in 1965 along with the interim Council members shown, Chuck Shaw MacLaren, Russ Fraser, Cas Kopec and Dave Ainsworth, and became the first Mayor of 100 Mile House.
Pagoda Inspired Wood Work
The pagoda inspired wood work and story board in the garden area to the front left of the Community Hall was built by Keith Jackson, funded by the 100 Mile House Mural Society and the Hun City Hunnies and unveiled Aug. 2016.Joe Komori shares his story of his fishermen family of 12 from the Richmond area who were evicted in 1941, interned at Taylor Lake near Lone Butte B.C and following their release they stayed on and built and managed the very successful Komori Lumber company in 70 Mile House.