Marshall County Legislative Delegation presents grant to Albertville Museum Foundation

Marshall County Legislative Delegation presents grant to Albertville Museum Foundation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

December 10, 2021

Marshall County Legislative Delegation presents grant to Albertville Museum Foundation

Sen. Clay Scofield presented a check to the Albertville Museum Foundation board and Mayor Tracy Honea at the museum this week. The Albertville Museum, located at the corner of Hwy 75 and Hwy 205 in Downtown Albertville, is a growing attraction for the City of Albertville. Since relocating to their space downtown, the Museum has seen an marked increase in visitors. The historic location does however need some building maintenance. Senator Clay Scofield and Representative Kerry Rich are proud of the work the museum does and stepped in with some financial support.

“I am a big history buff,” said Scofield. “I believe the preservation of our history and our stories is essential to our future. We need to know where we have come from. I think museums and these volunteers are so important to the education and growth of our future leaders.”

The Albertville Museum is open to the public Thursday and Friday, 12-4pm. You may schedule another day and time by calling Albertville City Hall.

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From left to right: Front Row: Delores Rhoden, Louis Radonovich, Danny Maltbie, Senator Scofield, Mayor Honea.

Back Row: Jimmy Carnes, Alan Darden, Thomas Rains, Jerry Landers.

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