This book was produced as part of a raft of community projects under the umbrella of COWCH (City of Whitehorse Community Houses) with funding from the federal government. Projects aimed to celebrate the Centenary of Federation by recording a broad base of aspects of life and experience in Whitehorse drawn from a cross-section of ordinary members of the community. The steering committee for the book worked with the management of the Vermont South Community House - Marjorie Morgan, Carol Pawsey, Val Eldridge, Sue Barnett, Anne Jones, Margaret Banks and Murray Lewis (editor).
A collection of stories contributed either as written memoirs or drawn from oral histories that reflect the ways in which the contributors have been associated with the City of Whitehorse. A Federation Project of the Collective of Whitehorse Neighbourhood and Community Houses.
- (ms) susan barnett,
- (ms) susan johns,
- (mr) arthur tonkin,
- (mrs) kathleen beanland,
- (mrs) nancye gration,
- (mr) norman kerr,
- (mr) murray lewis,
- tara cameron, andy hannam, christine howarth, danielle burgess, yeek hoon tjia, ian grandy, frances warren, jessie williams, joan nethercote,
- joyce kotze, john pawsy, greg bawden, hope hughes, thelma osborn, margaret sharp, merle forrest, caterhine jenkins, ted o'rourke,
- judy gordon, george ellis, rene & albert stevens, jessie barnes, mary roberts, howard & valda broadstock, nellie sutherland, jean johnson,
- evan walker, joan roberts, pat nitz, joan & patrick crummy, ray stanfield, plaatjien braaf, kath farrugia, noelene whitaker, margaret wood,
- phyllis johnson, marie stubbs, eileen pearson, jennifer o'sullivan, joy edwards, virginia burns, walter thompson, mae buckingham