As the St. Clair Historical Museum prepares to open in its new, albeit temporary, location later this month, volunteer members are continuing to prepare and plan while also raffling a freezer full of meat in an attempt to help raise funds for their restoration and relocation projects.
A 14.8-cubic-foot Frigidaire freezer donated by Lowe’s in Washington containing $150 worth of meat from Lewis Cafe will be raffled during St. Clair’s Freedom Fest on Saturday, June 21, at Orchard Park. The winner need not be in attendance at the time of the drawing.
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