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Albert County Museum celebrates 50 years

Albert County Museum curator Donald Alward joined Jonna in studio this morning to talk about the big celebration happening on the weekend. From small beginnings in 1962, the museum has grown to include eight buildings and more than 7,000 artifacts. The 50th Anniversary ribbon cutting will take place Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock, followed by a community pot luck supper at 4:30 at the Community Hall in Hopewell Cape.


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