A curling club jacket patch from the Rayrock uranium mine that operated from 1957 to 1959. It was donated by the family of Don Salo. He was a master mechanic at the mine, living there with his wife Clementine and two children.
A child carrier made of wool stroud fabric with moose hide tying straps at both ends. The maker said that the beadwork pattern is '‘like they did in the old days’'. She copied the pattern from a baby belt made for her many years ago.