Summer students exhibit passion for history

Zainab Al-Mehdar
Shawville Aug 3, 2022
A major importance of maintaining the Pontiac museum and keeping it running is to preserve the vast history of the area. Glen Ansell, the vice president and Robert Wills, president of the Pontiac Historical Society who help run the museum, both share the sentiment that the museum has always been a great window into the history of the area and they continue to try to improve it.
The museum has been hiring students for a couple of years now and this summer they welcome two students who will be embarking on their own research while also organizing and showing the current exhibits at the museum.
Sidney Sharpe
Sidney Sharpe, a high school student, is . . .

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