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June 16, 2013

MILLSAP MATTERS: Ladies share memories of their weddings

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After the very successful Log Cabin Days Festival in May, the Millsap Heritage Society is staying busy with plans to improve and protect the antiques that furnish the cabins. In that vein, the group recently carpooled to the Palo Pinto Museum for a tour. The members had a special mission to see how items in the museum were exhibited for preservation and protection. They are looking toward the possibility of implementing some of the same ways of exhibiting items in the cabins and Post Office of our Heritage Park. A very informative and enjoyable outing.

The board of the Poe Prairie Cemetery Association wants everyone to mark their calendar for the annual meeting at the cemetery on July 20. The gathering will begin at 6 p.m. with a business meeting followed by ice cream and other goodies and some great music. This is a great time of visiting while making plans for the upkeep of the grounds.

Happy Fathers Day to all dads and thanks for reading!

Send Millsap-area news to Sharron Hudson at millsapmatters@weatherforddemocrat.com.

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