Campbell Volunteers Painted the Museum Red

The Campbell Historical Museum got a fresh coat of paint last Saturday, with the help of community volunteers. It gets the finishing touches this Saturday when the Campbell Rotary come to work.

A much awaited coat of paint was applied to the last Saturday.

Community volunteers came together to lend a hand in the task of changing the local museum's color palate to something that would accentuate its mid-century architecture.

"Bob Carlson from the Campbell Rotary Club organized the volunteers and did an awesome job," Campbell Historical Museum Curator Karen Lange said. 

It's been 12 years since the building was painted. The improvements to the historical building were through a partnership between the Campbell Public Works Department, Home Depot and the Campbell Rotary.

The Campbell Rotary will tentatively complete the work this Saturday, Sept. 15. 


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