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Our new brochure




Keep an eye out for our new brochure at area destinations and call or email us to get copies for your location.

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1. Jane Runner wrote:
Would you please send me out 3 brochures for the button museum.
We are planning a trip that direction 5 of us and would like to
share the flyer with the other 2 families thanks, Jane Runner
Jane Runner
11473 North 107th Ave E
Gilman, Iowa 50106

Tue, June 18, 2013 @ 9:43 PM

2. Jo Ann Leu Gallagher wrote:
My heart is never very far away from my home town, the Class of Champions 1954, Trinity Episcopal Church, Stanley Group, etc.

This is a wonderful way to spread the wonderful history of our town and show the world what has been accomplished in a small town where Mark Twain said he saw the most beautiful sunsets in the world!

Be proud of our heritage - I am!

Fri, August 30, 2013 @ 5:54 PM

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