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Cambridge Historical School Museum

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Cambridge Historical School Museum

We’ve been hearing about all the good things going on at the Cambridge Historical School Museum and took an opportunity on Saturday to take a look.
It was as if we were seeing the museum for the first time.  Everything sparkles. For those that haven’t been there in the last few months, this is a must-see. The museum rooms have been swept, scrubbed, and painted and exhibits have been moved, reorganized, and polished.

Behind the scenes, there are many enthusiastic people planning and organizing events and making long range plans to continue the new momentum of growth.

This post is to say thank you to all those committed historical museum members who honor the history of Cambridge with their diligence and hard work.  We would especially like to say a special thanks to Paul Elliot, Dianne Owens and their children Shaun and Joshua Owens and James Elliot for putting a beautiful new face on the museum and adding new energy to the exhibits.

Paul Elliot and Dianne Owens

Our Sincere Appreciation,
Duke & Mary Jane Mihajlovic
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  1. I remember hearnig on the radio, in the early 1990s when the nationwide unemployment rate was high, that there’s never a better time to go to school than during a bad economy. I’m in school now and there’s no knowing what will happen after I get this degree or if I’ll be able to pay off my student loans.I went back to school after losing my job and have been unemployed since then. I’m truly afraid that if age discrimination (I’m 48 years old) isn’t used against me that my unemployed status will be held against me. Either way, whatever happens will happen with regards to finding gainful employment after I graduate. I’m afraid of experiencing age discrimination, having my unemployed status be held against me or being over-qualified with this degree.

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