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Coffee County Historical Society Hosts Black History Month Exhibit

February is recognized nationally as Black History Month. Locally, you can discover more about Coffee County’s Black History by visiting the Coffee county Historical Society in the month of February.

Bonnie Gamble, Museum Curator and Sandra McMullin Bennett, Volunteer for the Coffee County Historical Society recently were guests on “Connecting Coffee County” , Thunder Radio’s interview Program.

Gamble and Bennett cited multiple examples of artifacts and documentation about Coffee County Black History that can be found inside the museum at the Coffee County Historical Society.

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The team of volunteers has been busy collecting, researching and displaying the items that will be exhibited during the month of February at the Coffee County Historical Society.

Bonnie Gamble had this to say:

Join the Historical Society at their special open house event:

Saturday, February 10, 2024, from 10AM-2PM, at the Coffee County Courthouse on the square in Manchester. Admission is FREE.

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