A downtown history tour


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Karen Callahan, owner of Really Cool Stuff Gift Shop and Gallery, discusses the history of downtown and its structures with third graders of Milton-Union Elementary School, including students of Angie Avey’s social studies class Wednesday in West Milton. Students rotated in groups while visiting at least five locations throughout the downtown area. According to Susie Spitler, the history lesson helped to fulfill their history program.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Karen Callahan, owner of Really Cool Stuff Gift Shop and Gallery, discusses the history of downtown and its structures with third graders of Milton-Union Elementary School, including students of Angie Avey’s social studies class Wednesday in West Milton. Students rotated in groups while visiting at least five locations throughout the downtown area. According to Susie Spitler, the history lesson helped to fulfill their history program.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Karen Callahan, owner of Really Cool Stuff Gift Shop and Gallery, discusses the history of downtown and its structures with third graders of Milton-Union Elementary School, including students of Angie Avey’s social studies class Wednesday in West Milton. Students rotated in groups while visiting at least five locations throughout the downtown area. According to Susie Spitler, the history lesson helped to fulfill their history program.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_160518aw_MU_history_tour.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Karen Callahan, owner of Really Cool Stuff Gift Shop and Gallery, discusses the history of downtown and its structures with third graders of Milton-Union Elementary School, including students of Angie Avey’s social studies class Wednesday in West Milton. Students rotated in groups while visiting at least five locations throughout the downtown area. According to Susie Spitler, the history lesson helped to fulfill their history program.
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