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Wakarusa Historical Society Sponsored Open House

by Amy Wenger on January 19, 2015

The Wakarusa Historical Society sponsored an Open House on Sunday, January 18 to launch their schedule of events for 2015, which will include the debut of a "Living History" theatrical production, in which performers will recreate scenes from the Wakarusa environs, circa 1910.  

In the first photo, volunteers Brendan and Janice Moore, dressed in costume, talk about the new additions with fellow volunteer Susan Childs.  Among the upcoming affairs that the Society is planning include a Valentine's dinner, which will take place in the Memories Building of the complex.  Reservations will be $35 per couple, and the meal will be held on Saturday, February 14 at 7 p.m.  

Photo credit - Amy Wenger.

The second photo features the 2015 Wakarusa Historical Society Board of Directors, from left - Todd Scheets, President; Rick Vandegrift, Member; Linda Spicher, Member; Amy Wenger, Secretary; and Marcia Parcell, Member.  Absent from the photo are Bob Glenn, Treasurer and Gordy Clark, Member.  To make reservations for the Valentine's dinner, or to be included on the mailing list for the quarterly newsletter, send an inquiry to  


Photo credit - Janice Moore.



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