Wakulla County Historical Society

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Archive for the category “Wakulla News Feature”

Home’s new home | TheWakullaNews.com

Home’s new home | TheWakullaNews.com. Heritage Village Park feature.

Digging into Riversink history | TheWakullaNews.com

Digging into Riversink history | TheWakullaNews.com. By Betty Green

What Does WCHS Offer?

Wakulla County Historical SocietyAND MUCH MORE…. Call us at 850-926-1110.

A water pipe of cypress at the museum from Colorado | TheWakullaNews.com

John Roberts’ latest Wakulla News feature. Read more about it…A water pipe of cypress at the museum from Colorado | TheWakullaNews.com.

The wreck of the Dispatch | TheWakullaNews.com

Read John Robert’s Monthy feature at Wakulla News. Thank you to The Wakulla News for making this public content.

The wreck of the Dispatch | TheWakullaNews.com.

Wakulla County Historical Society to accept gift conveyance of land for Heritage Village from the Ben Boynton family

WAKULLA COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THE TRANSFER OF LAND FOR THE HERITAGE VILLAGE PARK AUGST 17, 2012 AT 10:00 A.M.
By Murray McLaughlin

The Wakulla County Historical Society announced today that it will be celebrating the gift conveyance of almost 40 acres of land from the Ben Boynton family at 10:00 a.m. on August 17, 2012.  The conveyance will take place at the Zion Hill United Methodist Church which is adjacent to the land to be conveyed.  The Boynton family, members of the Wakulla County Commission, members of the Wakulla County Historical Society and the general public has been invited to help celebrate this historic event.

Contact Murray McLaughlin, Chairman, Heritage Village Chairman

Home  850-926-3027

Cell      850-519-5063

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Red Clay Footprints by John Y. Roberts | TheWakullaNews.com

A new monthly feature for Wakulla County Historical Society is featuring John Y. Roberts as our local historican. Take a moment to read his story. Great job John!
Red Clay Footprints | TheWakullaNews.com.

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