Webbwood Honours One Of Its Own In Naming Of New Community Room

The Webbwood Public Library has a new room named after a former mayor and community advocate.
The revamped space was opened this weekend with a formal naming of the space as the Harold Maze Community Room.
Maze not only established the Webbwood Public Library in 1971, but also served as the Mayor of Webbwood from 1948 to 1950 and ran Maze Garage with his brother, Paul, for several years.
His niece, Rhea Williams, was on hand to cut the ribbon with about 25 people in attendance for the auspicious occasion.
Photos provided by Linda Lendrum:

Plaque officially acknowledging Harold Maze Community Room


Rhea Williams cuts the ribbon officially opening the new community room named after her uncle, Harold Maze.

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