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Published: April 19, 2013
Cabin reconstruction continues
Tara Kinsell / Observer-Reporter
Greene County Historical Society volunteer Brice Rush, of Carmichaels, works on a log cabin on the grounds of the historical society’s museum on Rolling Meadows Road in Waynesburg. The cabin was given to the historical society by the Gray family of Graysville. Work on the cabin, spearheaded by Rush, began last summer. The majority of the labor and materials to reconstruct the cabin were donated.
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