2007-07-05 / Happenings


Jim Garlo, Lauren Mead, Russell Royce and Clint Stauffer (left to right) mill cedar shingles from logs donated by Dean Banyas at the Roscommon Area Historical Society's property in Roscommon June 29. The shingles will go on the roof of the Silsby/Jacobson building the historical society recently acquired (right). It was the living room of a house built in 1882 by Charles Silsby and saved by Victor Jacobson when he built a new house. In the background are the society's Gallimore Boarding House and Richardson School museums at 404 Lake St., Roscommon, which are open from noon to 4 p.m. each Friday and Saturday through the summer.


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