Mary Finlay Park
10150 – 80 Street
Mary A. Finlay (1884-1970) was superintendent of Beulah Home for unmarried Mothers from 1922 until her retirement in 1964. She was born in Ontario and came to Edmonton in 1909, where she helped start the Beulah Mission. From 1914 to 1922 Finlay took a leave of absence but continued her evangelistic work. In 1962 the Junior Chamber of Commerce named her Citizen of the Year; in 1963 a scholarship for advanced study in Social Welfare and related fields was established in her name. Mary Finlay park is located in the Forest Heights area and is 0.72ha.
Borders and Geographical History
The Forest Terrace Heights communities commence at the corner of 98 Avenue and Fulton ravine. Following the ravine north to the river, west to the river bank (excluding the Riverside Golf Course), south to 98 Avenue, and east to Fulton Ravine.