Take a Photographic Journey Down Memory Lane with “Marshall County Memories”

By Ryan Duey

“Marshall County Memories” is the current exhibit at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art in Marysville, showcasing around fifty historical photographs capturing the essence of Marshall County’s towns. Sponsored by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative, this exhibition is sourced from the Marshall County Historical Society.

From bustling streets to rural landscapes, the photos span decades, chronicling the evolution of towns still in existence and towns lost in time. Opening on April 18 and running until May 2, the exhibition invites visitors to explore the county’s rich heritage.

Senior Saturday on April 20th, from 8 to 10 a.m. will cater to those aged 60 and above, providing exclusive access to the exhibition along with a complimentary breakfast, courtesy of Sunflower Medical Clinic.

The Lee Dam Center, owned by the City of Marysville and managed by the arts cooperative, serves as a vital hub for artistic expression and cultural enrichment within the community. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend.

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