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Marenisco Historical Society opens doors to friendly faces

 

January 14, 2019

P.J. Glisson/Daily Globe

CELEBRATING A Sunday open house of the Marenisco Township Historical Society are some of its founding members. They are, from left, Marsha and Al Fairfield, Kathe Balcon, and Sally and Dave Hagen. The society is now located on the corner of Curtis and Main streets, around the corner from the Marenisco Township Hall.

By P.J. GLISSON

news@yourdailyglobe.com

MARENISCO - A Sunday open house of the Marenisco Township Historical Society brought a steady flow of visitors to a building that once supported the former Marenisco Presbyterian Church.

Located at the corner of Curtis and Main streets, the small brown building is around the corner from the Marenisco Township Hall.

Marsha Fairfield and Kathe Balcon, two of the society's founding members, said the township still owns the building. They said Marenisco Township supervisor Dick Bouvette invited them to use the building to display historical items.

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