The Bean Creek Valley History Center In Fayette Recently Holds Open House

The Bean Creek Valley History Center in Fayette held an Open House on Feb. 25th.  The BCVHC was donated in memory of Michael Gene Beaverson by his sisters.  The building recently went under renovation.  BCVHC keeps local artifacts and archives and is open to the public for research, classes, and history discussions.  You can sign up for one-day trips to visit museums and libraries or just stop in for “coffee-talk”.  The Bean Creek Valley History Center is located at 118 W. Main St. in Fayette and can be reached at 419-388-3518. Michael Beaver’s parents, sisters, and brother came to support the Open House. Pictured from left to right: Barb Beaverson, Chris Pennington, Danni Keefer, Fawn Schaffner, Barb Lester, and Gene Beaverson (missing Chris Mitchell).

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