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Cherryville High School

HQ Phone:  (704) 435-4506

Direct Phone: (250) ***-****direct phone

Email: e***@***.com

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Cherryville High School

313 Ridge Ave.

Cherryville, North Carolina,28021

United States

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Contact Person: Ernest Laviolette
250-547-6344 Cherryville Archery Association 4515 Bolduc Rd, Vernon, BC


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"We are very pleased that this has occurred," said Ernie Laviolette, with the Cherryville Historical Society, which lobbied for the recognition of Kermode.
"It was his dream that got things started for the park and it took him 14 years to get it done," said Laviolette.


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?Contact: Ernie Laviolette (250) 547 6344
Creighton Valley Road, Cherryville Telephone: (250) 545 4089


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Photographer: Ernest LavioletteErnest Laviolette is a talented photographer, who not only takes magnificent shots of subjects including scenery and wildlife, but also does his own developing and darkroom work.He is also skilled in photographic restoration, tinting and other processes.He greatly enjoys the craft of photography, which he feels is sadly being forgotten.He is astounded by the feats of photographers past.Especially those that hiked into remote areas, with their entire studio and darkroom on their back (the old equipment was bulky and heavy), to develop their shots on location, in a tent!Ernest Laviolette is also president of the Cherryville & Area Historical Society and has been instrumental in the building of the Cherryville Museum.Visit the Historical Society webpage for more info.Ernie has framed black & whites available for sale at the Cherryville Artisans' Shop & Gallery.He is currently renovating his own gallery at his studio.Click here for Ernie's biography.Monashee PicturesPhotographer: Ernest LavioletteErnest Laviolette is a talented photographer, who not only takes magnificent shots of subjects including scenery and wildlife, but also does his own developing and darkroom work.He is also skilled in photographic restoration, tinting and other processes.He greatly enjoys the craft of photography, which he feels is sadly being forgotten.He is astounded by the feats of photographers past.Especially those that hiked into remote areas, with their entire studio and darkroom on their back (the old equipment was bulky and heavy), to develop their shots on location, in a tent!Ernest Laviolette is also president of the Cherryville & Area Historical Society and has been instrumental in the building of the Cherryville Museum.Visit the Historical Society webpage for more info.Ernie has framed black & whites available for sale at the Cherryville Artisans' Shop & Gallery.He is currently renovating his own gallery at his studio.Click here for Ernie's biography.Your comments are welcomed. Leave your address to be on our e-mailing list.BiographyErnest Laviolette was born May 24, 1932, at Vernon Jubilee Hospital.He attebnded Lumby Elementary School to Grade 5.In the Spring of 1943 his family moved to Kamloops.While attending Kamloops High School he joined the Camera Club and became fascinated with darkroom procedures.It was in Kamloops that he established his very first darkroom, at the young age of 14 years.He graduated from Kamloops High School in 1950.Ernie took a four-year course in fine arts, learning to paint in watercolours and oil.In 1955 he returned to Vernon, where he spent time with friends and relatives in the Cherryville and Monashee area.Ernie has written a number of photographic articles for various outdoor magazines, including a story of Monashee Park for Beautiful British Columbia magazine.He also wrote an article on the creation and development of his film for CineCamera.His photographs have appeared on calendars and book covers.Several years ago he held a public showing of his work in Vernon.Ernie works out of his home in Cherryville, in both colour and black & white, although he prefers black & white.He does all of his own processing and enlarging and does custom work for many of the museums in the B.C. interior.


cherryville.homestead.com

Photographer: Ernest LavioletteErnest Laviolette is a talented photographer, who not only takes magnificent shots of subjects including scenery and wildlife, but also does his own developing and darkroom work.He is also skilled in photographic restoration, tinting and other processes.He greatly enjoys the craft of photography, which he feels is sadly being forgotten.He is astounded by the feats of photographers past.Especially those that hiked into remote areas, with their entire studio and darkroom on their back (the old equipment was bulky and heavy), to develop their shots on location, in a tent!Ernest Laviolette is also president of the Cherryville & Area Historical Society and has been instrumental in the building of the Cherryville Museum.Visit the Historical Society webpage for more info.Ernie has framed black & whites available for sale at the Cherryville Artisans' Shop & Gallery.He is currently renovating his own gallery at his studio.Click here for Ernie's biography.Your comments are welcomed. Leave your address to be on our e-mailing list.BiographyErnest Laviolette was born May 24, 1932, at Vernon Jubilee Hospital.He attebnded Lumby Elementary School to Grade 5.In the Spring of 1943 his family moved to Kamloops.While attending Kamloops High School he joined the Camera Club and became fascinated with darkroom procedures.It was in Kamloops that he established his very first darkroom, at the young age of 14 years.He graduated from Kamloops High School in 1950.Ernie took a four-year course in fine arts, learning to paint in watercolours and oil.In 1955 he returned to Vernon, where he spent time with friends and relatives in the Cherryville and Monashee area.Ernie has written a number of photographic articles for various outdoor magazines, including a story of Monashee Park for Beautiful British Columbia magazine.He also wrote an article on the creation and development of his film for CineCamera.His photographs have appeared on calendars and book covers.Several years ago he held a public showing of his work in Vernon.Ernie works out of his home in Cherryville, in both colour and black & white, although he prefers black & white.He does all of his own processing and enlarging and does custom work for many of the museums in the B.C. interior.


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