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1/30/2013 10:57:00 AM
Letter: D-H Museum has successful opening


The Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society would like to thank its founders, Jackie Matthies, Bonnie Coulter, Kent Coulter, Phil Scott, and Kathy Tyler. The Grand Opening of the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Museum on Saturday, Jan. 26, was a huge success.

The DHHS would also like to thank Yavapai County Supervisors Craig Brown and Tom Thurman for their generous donations to the museum; Robert Coombs from the Prescott Chamber of Commerce for the loan of the really big scissors; the Dewey-Humboldt town council for their support of the museum; and the following special guests who helped celebrate the day: council members Arlene Alen, Nancy Wright, Denise Rogers, and Dennis Repan; Fire Marshall Rick Chase; Humboldt Elementary School Principal Cole Young; Brenden Fillingin for Yavapai County Sheriff Mascher; and Jeremiah Cota for Congressman Paul Gosar.

The Historical Society thanks everyone for coming out in the rain for the grand opening and for all donations they made. The Museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday-Saturday. We are looking forward to seeing more visitors in the future.

DHHS Vice President John Young

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