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MAHS to have program on Turner Hall
Pictured is Turner Hall as it was in the early days and as it is today. The building will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2018. (Photos supplied)
MONTICELLO - The Monticello Area Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Sept. 28 in the Zwingli UCC lounge, 416 E. Lake Ave., Monticello.

The program is titled "If Walls Could Talk." Turner Hall will celebrate its 150th anniversary next year and Sherry Anderegg will talk about why it was built and the significant part it has played in local history over the years.

Anderegg has been the historian for Turner Hall since 2000 when Bert Digman, who started the project, retired. She also is the historian for Cheese Days and is on the board of the Green County Historical Society and Green County Genealogical Society.

This is a free presentation and will start at about 7:15 p.m. after the regular meeting of the MAHS. It is open to the public.