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Posts by Candace Summers

Cemetery Walk Videos Now Online

At a time when box offices are shuttered, stages and seats remain uncharacteristically empty, and bright lights of marquees across the country and the world remain dark, the Museum feels compelled to highlight the rich partnerships it has had over the years with local theaters such as Heartland Theatre Company, Community Players Theatre, and Illinois Voices Theatre.

Intern Reflection: Logan Janicki

For my internship this summer, I researched and wrote biographies of the historical figures to be featured in this year’s Evergreen Cemetery Walk. Other museum staff had already decided who was to be featured and done preliminary research, finding as much material on each person as possible, as well as information about their family and organizations they belonged to. From there.......

Remembering Those Who Served- World War I Veterans at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery

Grave site of Nathan Davis, Pvt Co. M Dev BN No. 2. Grave is marked with a U.S. Flag and poppy at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Bloomington, IL.

As part of the commemoration of the centennial of the U.S. entering World War I, the Museum took on the monumental task of identifying veterans of the First World War who are buried in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery.

Tri-Valley History Fair has long history at the Museum

Robin Roberts, 2016

Since 1998, the Museum has hosted projects created by seventh grade students attending Tri-Valley Middle School every spring. The students, however, do not do it alone. They are led by veteran teacher and history buff Mr. Robin Roberts...

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