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Historical Society open house

Marysville Historical Society member Autrey Steilling left, and society President Ken Cage were among those greeting visitors at an open house held May 30 at the society museum near the corner of Third Street and State Avenue. The open house was held in conjunction with the opening of Graniteworks, an established Marysville business that has set up a showroom next door to the museum. Looking to fund its planned new museum, the society has begun selling raffle tickets for an Aug. 9 drawing to be held during the Marysville Homegrown celebration. First prize is a stay and gift package at the new Tulalip Resort Casino Hotel. Other prizes include a barbecue and other retail packages. Tickets are available from society members, during the upcoming Strawberry Festival and at the Third Street museum. - TOM CORRIGAN The Marysville Globe
Marysville Historical Society member Autrey Steilling left, and society President Ken Cage were among those greeting visitors at an open house held May 30 at the society museum near the corner of Third Street and State Avenue. The open house was held in conjunction with the opening of Graniteworks, an established Marysville business that has set up a showroom next door to the museum. Looking to fund its planned new museum, the society has begun selling raffle tickets for an Aug. 9 drawing to be held during the Marysville Homegrown celebration. First prize is a stay and gift package at the new Tulalip Resort Casino Hotel. Other prizes include a barbecue and other retail packages. Tickets are available from society members, during the upcoming Strawberry Festival and at the Third Street museum.
— image credit: TOM CORRIGAN The Marysville Globe

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