Historical Society considers ideas for Marshall-Yohe house improvements

The Lincoln County Historical Society gathered for the annual meeting and program last Monday, Sept. 16, reviewing the past year’s happenings, considering future plans, and learning more about how Lincoln County was homesteaded with presenters Kirk Healy and LaDonna Lonberger Sanders.

President Kathie Crispin welcomed a crowd of approximately 30-40, and opened the business portion of the meeting prior to the historical presentations.

Following routine business, new museum director Jyll Phillips introduced herself and recapped the year’s activities and events, much of which occurred prior to Phillips employment at the museum in June. Phillips shared that she had been working on the annual newsletter, which was made available to those attending the meeting, and writing and gathering historical capsules for the “History Comes Alive” project. History Comes Alive will soon offer a website helping connect specific locations throughout Lincoln County with the associated history.



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