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New display

With Remembrance Day fast approaching, there is a new display at the Mount Forest Museum and Archives. A trunk and its war-time contents, belonging to the late Louis Woodyard of Holstein, was donated to the archives by Anne McDougall.  She and her late husband Pete, also a war veteran, purchased the Woodyard home in 1974 to be used as a weekend retreat until they retired to the village in 1987. The trunk and its contents were inside. The Mount Forest Museum & Archives, located in the old post office at 102 Main Street South, is open Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 5pm or by appointment and is operated by the Mount Forest Heritage Society.  Photo by Lynne Turner

New display

November 10, 2017

 
 

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