HORSE BUILDING, SCHOOLHOUSE AND ROAD PROGRESS

As reported by Chuck Goolden - 10/26/11

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The Horse Equipment Exhibit Building and the Schoolhouse will both be ready to be sealed up for the winter by early next week. Wayne Hill has continued to be an invaluable volunteer on both the Horse Building and the Schoolhouse. Board member Charlie Alton has been helping with the schoolhouse project near every day along with Roger Austin.

Jim McGraw and Ken Tupper have been diligently stripping top dirt from roadway areas from around new buildings and prepping the road job.

Both the Cobbler Shop and Gas Station have been relocated to their home sites around the village square.

A special thanks to W. Grant Thesier for providing a much needed crane. Shirley Dickinson & Bob Smith continue to be the chief cooks and bottle washers. The Museum is indeed fortunate to have so many talented and willing volunteers.