Coordinator & StoryPost audio editor: Dr. Nicole Schulman
Exhibition curators: Adrienne Costantino, Keely Bland, Hilary Walker, Brian Joe, Melissa Smith, and Ellen Hlozan, under the direction of Assistant Professor Irina D. Mihalache in the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto.
Committee members: Dinny Biggs, Bob Frankford, Colin Furness, Richard Gilbert, R.J. Gilmour, Eleanor Levine, Gail Littlejohn, Paul Macarico, Christian Mueller, Margaret Procter, Graham Rempe, Leslie Thompson, Stuart Schoenfeld, Nicole Schulman, Wendy Smith, Gerald Sperling.
Oral History Interviewer ELEANOR LEVINE honoured
photo: Rainer Soegtrop Photography
Eleanor Levine was honoured for her outstanding volunteer contributions to Harbord Village and the HV Oral History Project during an award ceremony on November 14, 2013.
The award was presented to Eleanor by Trinity-Spadina MPP Rosario Marchese during his second annual Community Appreciation Event.
During the past two years Eleanor took a lead role in the Harbord Village Oral History project, recording memories of those who lived in the neighbourhood before 1975. Eleanor conducted more than 100 hour-long interviews, and has captured an amazing amount of information and insight into local history.
Eleanor was an HVRA board member, representing the South Central area, from 2010 to 2013, and was one of the founding members of the HVRA Neighbourhood History Project in 2011. She was also an active volunteer for the Bloor-Borden Farmers' Market, which she served as treasurer for three years.
Eleanor's diligence, patience, and skill have enriched the local community and Harbord Village is much richer for it.
Our congratulations and deepest thanks to Eleanor.
Rosario Marchese recognized 58 Trinity-Spadina volunteers at the 2013 Community Appreciation Event. These volunteers were nominated by the riding’s many community organizations, neighbourhood associations, BIAs and schools. Eleanor Levine was nominated by the Harbord Village Residents' Association.