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Lynden Pioneer MuseumMay 22, 2015 11:54 pm
Be sure to check out our cemetery tour this saturday. 1:00 at the Lynden Cemetery, FREE!

This is a great way to celebrate memorial day by learning about those that made this country what it is. Soldiers, pioneers, community leaders, indian princesses can all be found at the Lynden Cemetery.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumMay 20, 2015 5:47 pm
May 20, 1915

EASTERNERS PLAN TO VISIT FAIR – A half dozen inquiries from the East and Middle-West as to the dates of the Whatcom County Fair have already been received by Secretary George Frick from people who wish to attend the celebration this year.

CELEBRATION FOR 4TH PROPOSED BY FIREMEN – The first definite suggestion for an independence Day Celebration for Lynden to be held on Front Street Saturday, July 3, was made by the Volunteer Firemen at their meeting Monday night.

SENIORS WILL PRESENT FAMOUS AUTHOR’S PLAY – Richard Watson Tully wrote “Omar, The Tentmaker”, which was produced in Bellingham last week, “The Bird of Paradise”, and several other Broadway successes. He is also the author of “A Strenuous Life” which the seniors of the Lynden High School selected for their class play.

SCHOOL TO HOLD CLOSING PROGRAM – Closing school ceremonies of the year will begin Friday night, when the high school juniors entertain the seniors with a reception. From that time, until May 29, the day of the senior picnic, the program will be crowded with events.

A load of Boy Scouts traveled to Blaine Saturday and played a ball game there with the Midgets. Some of the midgets were nearly in the Jess Willard class, say the local boys. Lynden lost.

Dollar Day proved a huge success both for the merchants and for the citizens. Another bargain day along the same lines will be held during August.

Mr. Savidge, brother of the state land commissioner was in Lynden Saturday to make an appraisal of the state lands in this district that will be offered for sale June 1.

A party of Lynden young people traveled to Bellingham Friday night to see “Everywoman” at the Metropolitan.

Mrs. W. H. Towner, who helped in the establishment of the Pacific Pilot in Lynden twelve years ago, and who as news editor helped make that paper an excellent one, visited in Lynden Thursday afternoon for a few hours.

William Fisher was in Sumas Tuesday, making plans for the coming school year, when he will assume the superintendency of the Sumas schools.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumMay 17, 2015 5:23 pm
Our cemetery tours have started! Every Saturday at 1:00 at the Lynden Cemetery.

Greenwood cemetery tours start on May 30th at 3:00.

Tours are FREE!
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer Museum uploaded a new video.May 17, 2015 1:42 am
TABLE TALK: How busy my mind was during the filming of this segment. Of course whenever children are involved, I know I'm going to have a great time. Let's step back 100 years or so.
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Lynden Pioneer Museum
Lynden Pioneer MuseumMay 15, 2015 7:42 pm
Tomorrow Saturday May 16th 1:00
The first cemetery tour of the summer at the Lynden Cemetery!

This is free to attend.

A period dressed tour guide will tell you all about the history of the cemetery, Lynden, and gravestone decoration.

Lynden Cemetery tours will run every Saturday at 1:00.

Greenwood Cemetery tours will run every last Saturday of the month at Greenwood cemetery at 3:00

Be sure to come out and learn something new!
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