"To feel the pulse of earth where man has trod, and for the future, keep the past."

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1890s Baseball Team History Challenge:  

The Results

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1890s Baseball Team History Challenge: The Results

Come learn about the members of the 1890s Baseball Team at a free baseball game picnic Wednesday, March 29th, Great Falls Library Meeting Room at 6PM! 

Participants include four students from a 6th grader to a Sophomore in College. They have worked for many weeks to uncover the story of these players. Join us in a free Baseball Game Picnic – hot dogs, sauerkraut, potato salad, etc. – as the story is told, and prizes are awarded!

Please sign up to reserve a seat so that we prepare the right amount of food!


Thelma's Country Store:
A Colvin Run Road Legacy

by Doris Carpenter

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In Loving Memory It is with great sadness that we inform you that Ginny Sinclair, a member of the Great Falls Historical Society, passed away ever so gently at her home this past Monday, March 20th at 8:00 am with Amy Sinclair Dahm, her devoted daughter, and Richard Pariser, her devoted caregiver, at her side. Ginny was 91 years old.   Here is the oral history interview of Ginny Sinclair, taken on February 26, 2012 as part of the GFHS Oral History Program sponsored by William & Betty Busey.

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