Museum finds temporary home
The Coulee Pioneer Museum has found a home, at least temporarily.
Birdie Hensley, primary activist for the museum, said Tuesday that the feed store building in Electric City, 3 Coulee Boulevard East, will house the museum. The store and property was recently acquired by A. J. Gerard.
Hensley got the nod and immediately started moving things into the new location.
At least, said Hensley, “we have a temporary home.”
This will enable the museum to acquire and catalog donations.
Meanwhile, the museum is starting the search for grants so it can establish itself.
The next museum meeting will be held Thursday, Sept. 5, at 6:30 p.m., at the new museum building in Electric City.