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Pickens Hall reopens in Heuvelton

Artist Marion Bradish of Buckton visits with Heuvelton Historical Asssociation President David Kingsley prior to the dedication ceremony recognizing the reopening of the Pickens Hall opera house Saturday night. Marion's artwork is on display at Pickens Hall. Thirty percent of the proceeds of her work sold while on display at Pickens Hall benefits the Heuvelton Historical Center.

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