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Corner Brook honours Dick Nolan

The stage at Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook was officially named The Dick Nolan Performance Stage during a ceremony on Thursday evening. Mr. Nolan, who died in 2005, was a musician and song writer from Corner Brook famously known for the song “Aunt Martha’s Sheep.” His sister, Priscilla Boutcher, is pictured next to the plaque that is now posted on the outside of the stage.  - City of Corner Brook photo
The stage at Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook was officially named The Dick Nolan Performance Stage during a ceremony on Thursday evening. Mr. Nolan, who died in 2005, was a musician and song writer from Corner Brook famously known for the song “Aunt Martha’s Sheep.” His sister, Priscilla Boutcher, is pictured next to the plaque that is now posted on the outside of the stage. - City of Corner Brook photo - Contributed

The stage at Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook was officially named The Dick Nolan Performance Stage during a ceremony on Thursday evening.

Mr. Nolan, who died in 2005, was a musician and song writer from Corner Brook famously known for the song “Aunt Martha’s Sheep.”

His sister, Priscilla Boutcher, is pictured next to the plaque that is now posted on the outside of the stage.

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