Sunday, October 11, 2009

Making Family Heirlooms Accessable


Today, I was walking into the grocery store and there in front was a group of Shriners taking donations for their hospitals in Texas.  I walked up and donated because I know what a wonderful job their hospitals do.  I also asked whether my mason's apron would be viewable by the public if I were to donate it to them.  I received a resounding yes that anyone could go see it if desired at the museum in Waco.  I will be donating it to  the Masonic Grand Lodge in Waco, TX, which has a Library (that does genealogical research or allows you to do the research yourself) and a Museum,in December. I am excited that it will be available for any family member who desires to go to see it, because I can not always be available when others would like to make their visit.  This is a good thing.

3 comments:

  1. Wow that is a nice thing to do. I bet they are really thrilled.
    Now how about writing about a really nice thing someone has done for you and linking to my Writer's Challenge. The link is up today an that is the topic.

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  2. Thank You Lori.
    Will Give it a try.

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  3. Your blog is outstanding! Here is the url of the blog from the Archives of the Sandusky Library, if you would like to take a look:

    http://sanduskyhistory.blogspot.com

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