Fonds 94A008 - Kitchener-Waterloo Track and Field Association fonds

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Kitchener-Waterloo Track and Field Association fonds

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CA ON00247 94A008

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  • 1970-1993 (Creation)

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48 cm of textual records

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(1970-present)

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The Kitchener-Waterloo Track and Field Association (KWTFA) was established in 1970. From approximately 1986 to 1987, its name was changed from The Kitchener-Waterloo Minor Track and Field Association to the Kitchener-Waterloo Track and Field Association. The KWTFA is committed towards providing opportunities for children to participate in track and field activities and to promote fitness and community spirit within Kitchener-Waterloo.

Some of the activities which the KWTFA organized include track meets and training camps for its athletes as well as charity runs such as the K-W Hospital Run and Oktoberfest 10 KM Run. KWTFA representatives were also members of the Advisory Committee overseeing the creation of the Waterloo Recreation Complex in 1991.

Prior to 1993, the KWTFA encountered competition in track and field funding by the Waterloo Region Association of Track and Field Clubs (WRATFC), an umbrella organization headed by ex-coaches for the KWTFA. In May 1993, Waterloo City Council followed Kitchener City Council in its decision to recognize and fund the KWTFA as the primary track and field club in Kitchener-Waterloo, contingent upon the KWTFA revising its constitution.

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Fonds consists of records that document the activities of the Kitchener-Waterloo Track and Field Association from its inception in 1970 until 1993. The series illustrate the operations of the Association and its relationship with the community, as well as, documenting the KWTFA’s relationship with its athletes and the community as well as its legal records and organizational structure.

Fonds is comprised of the following series: Executive administrative records, Community events, Marketing, Financial records, Communications, Membership records, Member events, Legal documents.

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Researchers are responsible for observing the terms of the Canadian Copyright Act. Permission of the Region of Waterloo Archives is required for any form of publication or exhibition.

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When these records were received, they were not organized in any clear fashion. It appears that there were several different people submitting these records on behalf of the KWTFA and each imposed a different organizational structure on the records. As a result, an artificial structure was imposed when these records were donated. When the fonds was re-examined in 2005, it was found that the archival boxes were only half-filled, resulting in damage to the records. Therefore, the entire fonds was re-boxed and the finding aid modified to reflect those changes.

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