2019-02-07 / Front Page

Historical Society Holds Winter Meeting



Ken Keebaugh gives a presentation on the Forbes Road Trail at the Fulton County Historical Society meeting on Saturday, Feb. 2. Around 80 people attended the open house and dinner held before the meeting at the Fulton County Historical Society Annex. Guests were invited to see their new exhibit: Native American artifacts and soft sculptures created by Ovely Raker, and to tour the interpretive displays. Phase two of the walk-in interpretive displays has begun and will depict the Saluvia Post and General Store, Hustontown Indian Queen Hotel and Lodge’s movie theater. The Historical Society’s focus this year will be to continue the repair or replacement of the leaking roofs at the annex. Ken Keebaugh gives a presentation on the Forbes Road Trail at the Fulton County Historical Society meeting on Saturday, Feb. 2. Around 80 people attended the open house and dinner held before the meeting at the Fulton County Historical Society Annex. Guests were invited to see their new exhibit: Native American artifacts and soft sculptures created by Ovely Raker, and to tour the interpretive displays. Phase two of the walk-in interpretive displays has begun and will depict the Saluvia Post and General Store, Hustontown Indian Queen Hotel and Lodge’s movie theater. The Historical Society’s focus this year will be to continue the repair or replacement of the leaking roofs at the annex.

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