Gravette museum work nears final completion

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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Three inmates of the Benton County Sheriff’s Department inmate work detail recently completed new sidewalks at the entrance of a new exhibit building at the Gravette Historical Museum. The rustic building will be open by Gravette Day the weekend of August 12-13. Shown with the inmates are Steve Mitchael, foreground, who is trowling wet cement, and Leland Brandon. Both are members of the Museum Commission.

Three inmates of the Benton County Sheriff’s Department inmate work detail recently completed new sidewalks at the entrance of a new exhibit building at the Gravette Historical Museum. The rustic building will be open by Gravette Day the weekend of August 12-13. Shown with the inmates are Steve Mitchael, foreground, who is trowling wet cement, and Leland Brandon. Both are members of the Museum Commission.
Photo by Dodie Evans

The Gravette Museum has achieved substantial completion at the museum complex and exhibits will soon be moved into the space.


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