Historical Society Celebrates Grand Re-Opening of Museum
By Sandra Vidak
The Wakulla County Chamber of Commerce recognized the grand re-opening of the Wakulla County Historical Society Museum and Archives on Friday, July 31 with a ribbon cutting. The Historical Society continued the celebration during an open house on Saturday, August 1. The Museum was closed during May and June for renovations to bring the front entrance and restroom into ADA compliance. "This celebration is the culmination of a 20 year vision being fulfilled and we appreciate the Chamber's support," said President Cathy Frank.
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Wakulla County Historical Society presents our "Memorial Brick Pavers Fundraiser." Here’s a great way to honor or memorialize that someone special in your life, and also help the Wakulla County Historical Society raise funds. Please help us with our mission of preserving and documenting Wakulla County history at the Wakulla County Museum and Archives.
Buy a paver brick with up to three lines of copy for installation in front of the Museum building. This will be a prime location for our many visitors to see your tribute. These 4” X 8” paver bricks are of the highest quality and laser engraved to last a lifetime.
Donation of $100.00 per brick
Paver donations are tax deductible under the Society's 501(c)(3) status as a non-profit organization.
Please call the Museum at 850-926-1110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and we will respond promptly.
Click here to fill out the application or visit the Museum to pick up a copy.
You are all invited to attend our annual dinner meeting.
ANNUAL DINNER MEETING
WHEN: Tuesday, October 13 – Doors open at 5:00pm, Dinner served at 6:00pm
WHERE: Wakulla Senior Center, 33 Michael Drive, Crawfordville
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Bill Snowden, Editor of The Wakulla News
COST: $25 for dinner
ENTRÉE: Choice of Pork Loin or Herb Roasted Chicken Breast
We look forward to seeing you there.