The Wyatt Dowling/Wawanesa Walls of Fame, located at the Transcona Centennial Square, have been established as means to posthumously honour those individuals who have been instrumental in the development, economic success, education, recreation, spiritualism, political life, and volunteerism of Transcona. The Walls of Fame are a permanent tribute to the great individuals who partnered in Transcona’s success.
Applications can be submitted by family and loved ones or community organizations and must demonstrate how the nominee meets the following criteria:
- Ten (10) or more years of significant community service contributions.
- Had a significant impact on the continuation and/or enhancement of established community programs and/or created new opportunities for the community through new facilities or programs.
- Had a positive impact on the lives of Transcona citizens.
- Candidate is recognized posthumously.
Inductees will receive name recognition on the Wyatt Dowling/Wawanesa Community Walls of Fame located at the Transcona Centennial Square at 135 Regent Avenue West. As well as name, photo and description of their contributions on the Transcona BIZ and The Transcona Historical Museum websites.
To learn more about the Wyatt Dowling/Wawanesa Walls of Fame, including the Nomination Form please click here.
Please click on each name to learn more about the honourees
Mary Sophie Andree – Category of Education
Ed Golding – Category of Sports/Recreation
Dr. Murdoch MacKay – Category of Business/Professional
MJG McMullen – Category of Political Leader
Margaret Underhill – Category of Education