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Fall City Historical Society goodies go on sale

The Falls (or Fall) City Fire Department graces the cover of the 2013 Fall City historic calendar,
The Falls (or Fall) City Fire Department graces the cover of the 2013 Fall City historic calendar, 'Pillars of the Community.'
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Fall City Historical Society shines a spotlight on the “Pillars of the Community” in its 2013 calendar, for sale in November.

The calendar will be available at the Dec. 1 Fall City Holiday Market.

The society is also selling its collectible glasses, including ones depicting the Falls City Masonic Hall (built in 1895) and the historic hop drying shed at Fall City Community Park. The society is also offering Jack Kelley’s history of the community.

The Fall City Historical Society collects, preserves and interprets the history of the unincorporated town of Fall City and the surrounding area, from the arrival of the Native Americans until the present day, with special emphasis on the period since the first white explorers came through this area (1840). The society is a collection point for books, photographs, documents, artifacts, and other cultural objects that pertain to Fall City history and will strive to make local history visible and accessible in the community. You can contact the society at P.O. Box 293, Fall City, WA 98024 or fallcityhistorical@juno.com.

 

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