Magistrates recommend tourism commission provide financial support
By Stephen Lega
Tuesday, December 9, 2008 at 8:00 pm
The Marion County Historical Society paid a visit to the Marion County Fiscal Court last week in anticipation of the opening of a county history museum next year.
The museum is planned to be housed in the former Lebanon High School building, currently under renovation as part of Centre Square.
Dale Royse, the president of the historical society, spoke with the fiscal court about the society's plans for the museum in coming years.
"Together we can create a valuable asset not only for ourselves but for others coming to this community," he said.
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