Good things are happening at Buck’s Store Museum.
This is a big year for Guinea Heritage Association with a year-long celebration of the 100th anniversary of the C.B. Rowe and Son Store observed throughout 2020.
January saw strong community support for the first two presentations of the year and the added Saturday openings have been successful, with visits from those who are curious about the old building, those who want to rekindle memories of years gone by or just to drop in for a barbeque sandwich at lunch, a GHA release stated.
Continuing with the Fourth Fridays programs at Buck’s, February will feature Graham Blake with a talk about local seafood dealer Eldridge Cook. Cook was a successful businessman, active in his church and community.
The Feb. 28 program will start with a simple, family-style supper of baked potatoes with all the fixings. The cost will be $8 and will begin at 6. Blake’s program starts at 7 and is free and open to the public.
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