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Northwest Salmon



Museum has many visitors

at Pumpkin Fest

Dear Editor:

A nice article about the Pumpkin Fest in last week’s R&F, but it was very disappointing that there was no mention of the museum activities.
There were over 300 people who signed the guest book (and there were many who did not sign). There was the barrel train that went non-stop for several hours. Kids were busy in the corn-dig looking for coins. There was the “big” tractor and the firetruck to explore. The pony rides were loved by all and the big event was the pedal tractor pull.
Besides the kids’ events, lunch was served as a fundraiser for museum upkeep. People wandered through the buildings and around the grounds all afternoon.
We are grateful to everyone who has made this year a success at the Museum of Wildlife, Science & Industry and at helping in “Bringing the past into the Future.” The museum is closed for the season now, but see you next year starting May 15.

Alice Bartell,Webster
Board President

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