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Flip Through History With A 2013 Calendar

Count your days while you reflect back on Fenton's history with a calendar from the Fenton Historical Society.

The Fenton Historical Society is selling their first ever calendar to celebrate the society's 20th anniversary. The calendars are priced at $4 and all proceeds go to the society.

Each month features a black and white photo from Fenton's past, pulled from the hundreds of photos the group maintains in it's archive. You'll see Joseph Weil and his horse-drawn delivery truck, the old Bohemian Orphanage that housed Slavic children from St. Louis and around the country, and a "modern" 1939 all electric kitchen that Fred Nollau installed in his home to show off new technology.

The Historical Society museum is open on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The museum is located at One Church Street, next to Sister's Tea House.

If you are a local business and would like to help the society sell their calendars in your shop, please contact them at 636-326-0808 or fentonhistory@hotmail.com.

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