MAGNOLIA — The Magnolia Township Preservation Association is looking ahead to continue working in support of their mission to “preserve the past in order to inform the future.”
While the pandemic remains a barrier to their usual routine, they are able to provide tours of the museum by appointment for groups of six or less. These can be booked by calling Peggy at 815-257-0707.
When they are able to reopen safely, they will provide several programs over the course of the remaining year and into next year:
• COVID Survival/Five-Year Anniversary Open House.
• The Clear Creek Community.
• Women’s Clubs of Magnolia Township
• Denise Migot Swain, French Resistance Fighter in World War II (who lived in Magnolia).
The Association extends their heartfelt thanks to members and friends for their generous donations over the past year (particularly for the roof replacement shortfall). “We are forever grateful for your patience and support during the pandemic.”