Youth commissioner Hunter Orcutt, from left, volunteer Shirley Binkley, Lacey Museum director Erin Quinn Valcho and Lacey Historical Commission chair Erich Ebel walk through the empty building that will house the new Lacey History Museum.
Youth commissioner Hunter Orcutt, from left, volunteer Shirley Binkley, Lacey Museum director Erin Quinn Valcho and Lacey Historical Commission chair Erich Ebel walk through the empty building that will house the new Lacey History Museum. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Youth commissioner Hunter Orcutt, from left, volunteer Shirley Binkley, Lacey Museum director Erin Quinn Valcho and Lacey Historical Commission chair Erich Ebel walk through the empty building that will house the new Lacey History Museum. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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