August was a Busy Month at Moton Museum for Visitors

August 21, 2009

US Senator Jim Webb’s Chief of Staff Paul J. Reagan (far left)and his Virginia State Director Conaway B. Haskins III (far right) stopped at Moton Museum to view plans for the Museum’s permanent exhibition, Moton 2011.  Museum Director Lacy Ward (center) welcomed their visit.

New Jersey resident and Cumberland County native Mrs. Ida C. Walker, 101, stopped at the Museum to visit her niece and Moton Museum volunteer (back center) Janie Osborne.  In addition, Moton Museum Office Manager (back left) Lori Blackwood and Moton Museum Administrative Assistant (back right) Tina Jarvis enjoyed Mrs. Walker’s visit and wisdom.

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