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Police and Firefighters: Remembering Those Who Served

May 16, 2019

reedhallthPolice and fire protection are probably any organized community’s most valuable assets.

Working hand in hand in many situations, they represent a dedicated group of highly trained individuals ready to serve at a moments notice in an infinite variety of emergencies.

This year at the Museum we have decided to honor the memory of those who served our community in these organizations, and also to showcase some of the major fires that have occurred in Clinton County in years past. Some of you may remember and some were before your time, but it will be a most interesting exhibit. If you have memories or photos relating to this exhibit please share them with us.

St. Johns Police Officer and Chief Reed Hall 1931-1949

There will also be an exhibit celebrating the return of the Soap Box Derby to St. Johns.

We are in dire need of photos of previous sheriffs of Clinton County. They seem to be non-existent. If you have one, please contact us by e-mail or phone 989-224-2894 and leave a message.

Located in the big red brick home on the west side of the courthouse, our opening day is Sunday May 19. We are open Sundays 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. Closed on holiday weekends.

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