"Medicine Tree, George Lane Memorial Park, High River."
George Lane Memorial Park was named for "George Lane, 1856-1925" who along with Patrick Burns, Alfred Ernest Cross and Archie Maclean, Lane was one of the "Big Four" who bankrolled the first Calgary Stampede in 1912. Lane was elected to the Alberta Legislature in 1913 for the riding of Bow Valley. 1958, the medicine tree fell in a wind storm. It was rescued and resurrected in the town park as a symbol. The tree was soon after adopted as a local symbol of the town. July 2011, The last piece of the medicine tree was removed from the park due to safety concerns. Restoration work was to be done through the Museum of the Highwood.