Village of Lancer, Saskatchewan

Chokecherry Cluster

Chokecherry - Regan PaynterChokecherry © September 2000 David Yanciw
Designer: Georgea Jaegli (J's Welding & Machine)

When Built: 1987

Dimensions:
Height: 21 Feet (6.4 Metres)

Construction Materials:
Metal

Location:
Eastside of Balaclava (Main Street) in front of the community hall

Reason for Building:

To add to the Annual Chokecherry Festival held every Thanksgiving and to draw tourists into the Village.

Additional Information:

Sculpture depicts the two seasons of the chokecherry (berry and flower)

Here is what it looks like from the back:
Chokecherry © September 2000 David Yanciw

George Jaegli also created Wheat Stalks in Sceptre , SK and Cabri , SK, and the Corn Stalks in Taber, AB.

Information Source: Village of Lancer, SK

Picture Source: Robin Paynter and DMY

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Created By DMY on October 1, 1998
Last Updated: September 23, 2002