Exhibit hall nears completion

Gravette museum targets holding grand opening in August on Gravette Day

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

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The rustic exterior of the new exhibit hall at the Gravette Historical Museum complements the early 1900 entrance of the museum's historic Kindley Home.

The rustic exterior of the new exhibit hall at the Gravette Historical Museum complements the early 1900 entrance of the museum's historic Kindley Home.
Photo by Dodie Evans

The new exhibit building at the Gravette Historical Museum is nearing completion with the installation of sheet rock scheduled to begin soon. Painting, lighting, plumbing fixtures and the sidewalk are all that remain once the sheet rock is completed, said Steve Mitchael, a member of the museum commission.


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News, Pages 8 on 03/09/2011

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