ACES third-graders get a closer look at local industrial history.

  • Third-graders from the Athol Community Elementary School had a closer look at local industrial history from volunteer Ken Vaidulas and the artifact collection at the Athol Historical Society recently. In addition to the history of industry, students experienced local history from a closer look at Native People, firefighting, penmanship, ice harvesting, home life, toys, and clothing. This trip was funded by a mini-grant from Athol Royalston Educational Fund. Volunteers from The Athol Historical Society and the community made this learning experience possible. The Athol Historical Society is closed for the winter. For information about the society, its history or programs contact Debra Ellis, 978-249-5835. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Published: 11/6/2018 9:23:30 AM

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Third graders from the Athol Community Elementary School had a closer look at local industrial history from Volunteer Ken Vaidulas and the artifact collection at the Athol Historical Society recently. In addition to the history of industry, Students experienced local history from a closer look at Native People, firefighting, penmanship, ice harvesting, home life, toys, and clothing. This trip was funded by a mini-grant from Athol Royalston Educational Fund. Volunteers from The Athol Historical Society and the community made this learning experience possible. The Athol Historical Society is closed for the winter. For information about the society, its history or programs contact Debra Ellis, 978-249-5835.


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