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Mayor proclaims ‘Docent Day’

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Mayor proclaims ‘Docent Day’

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    Contributed Photo | Old School Museum docents are, from left in the first row, Susan Simmons, Mary Beth Jamison, Bobbie Howard, Mary Ellen Conner, Cathy Harbour, Jo DeFoor, Susan Seaberg, Kathy Fry and Caroline Wadzeck; and in the second row, David Parker, Aline Parker, Larry Wadzeck, Danny Bode, Ken DeFoor, Lester Ray Wisegerber, Jeanette Frick and Wes Williamson. Not pictured are  Alan Conner, Suzy and Squeaky Hicks, and Robert Ripkowski.
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    Contributed photo | Mayor Caroline Wadzeck presents her proclamation to Dayton Historical Society President Danny Bode.

Dayton Mayor Caroline Wadzeck proclaimed July 29 as “Old School Museum Docent Day” in honor of the dedicated 21 docents who give their time to share Dayton’s history with the community.

A packed house of Dayton Historical Society members enjoyed a hotdog dinner and homemade ice cream as Wadzeck presented the proclamation to Society President Danny Bode. Docents were recognized individually and received thank you bags for their volunteer service. Each Saturday the museum and historical log cabin, at 111 W. Houston Street, is open free of charge to the public from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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