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As MCC commemorates it's centennial year, a new exhibit has been set up at Mennonite Heritage Village Museum. The MCC 100 Years exhibit will be open to the public June 25th and will be featured at the museum until April 1, 2021. Please review their social distancing guidelines before arranging your visit. 

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MCC Staffer, Kyle Rudge, visits the new MCC 100 Years exhibit with Andrea Dyck, Senior Curator at MHV.

 

History is always changing. When we ask different questions, we get different answers. To commemorate MCC's centennial, the Mennonite Heritage Village Museum is featuring 100 years of MCC's work in relief, development and peace in Manitoba and around the world. MCC 100 Years is hosted in the Gerhard Ens Gallery. 

Join Andrea Dyck and Kyle Rudge for an exciting sneak peak of the exhibit. Features include MCC's efforts in livelihoods, food and water projects, refugee sponsorships and reconciliation. Similar stories of small ideas that can make a big difference are weaved throughout the display.

To learn more about the exhibit and how to plan your visit, please visit mennoniteheritagevillage.com/mcc-100-years/.

 

Threads, formerly known as Word and Deed, was established in April 2007. Is a 15-minute radio program hosted by Kyle Rudge and featuring the work MCC is doing around the world. It is broadcast on CFAM AM 950, CHSM AM 1250 and CHRB AM 1220 at 8:45 am every fourth Sunday of the month.

 

Visit mccmb.ca/threads to hear more 15-minute podcasts from MCC Manitoba.