INCORPORATED JUNE 30, 2005
Churches, schools, leagues and clubs are the foundations of a community. They provide stable, dependable, organized services and create meeting places for strong community connections. Beverly has benefitted from its many institutions over its 100 year history. This web page provides the opportunity to identify those institutions and to tell their stories to current and future generations.
“To preserve the history of Beverly, using it to educate its citizens and build community.”
Places of worship were the backbones of early Beverly. They offered support and were a social gathering spot.
Schools in Beverly grew in size and number as the community filled with new families.
Community leagues were unique to Edmonton. In Beverly, the community leagues provided the volunteers that developed strong recreational and social programs.
This space is for memories and photos. Send information to Beverly Towne Historical Society.
“The indiscriminate firing of rifles was one of the issues that convinced the town council to hire Homer Stewart as their first police chief… “