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Historical Society displays 3rd grade project

Published: Monday, March 17, 2014 9:35 p.m. CST
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Immaculate Conception School third grade students have projects on display at the Grundy County Historical Museum. They produced dioramas and written reports to show how native Americans lived in many areas of the country.
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Immaculate Conception School third grade students have projects on display at the Grundy County Historical Museum. They produced dioramas and written reports to show how native Americans lived in many areas of the country.

MORRIS – The Grundy County Historical Society and Museum is proud to announce they have joined with Immaculate Conception School for its latest exhibit.

This exhibit is from the imagination of the school’s third grade class. They produced dioramas and written reports to show how native Americans lived in areas of the country, according to a release from the Historical Society.

Please join the Historical Society in admiration of their work. This exhibit will be at the museum for about six weeks so schedule your visit soon.

The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The museum is located at 510 W. Illinois St. in Morris.

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