What an evening!

The future Farm Heritage Museum will sit on Pleasant Grove Park, housing antique farm equipment that reflects the county’s farming heritage. The equipment is being donated by John May and other families in the county. Ground breaking will occur once we have raised a minimum of $110,000.
Through the efforts of grant writing by Marvin Moss, president of the Fluvanna Historical Society, and the hard work of historical society volunteers, we are close to meeting that $110,000 goal.
One big hurdle is to raise $30,000 by Dec. 31 in order to get a matching $30,000 from the Perry Foundation. We are closing in on raising those matching funds, hoping that half of the proceeds from this year’s Old Farm Day will enable us to meet that $30,000 goal.
Not only did we raise funds for the future museum but a good time was had by all – great comradery, laughter, feasting, and enjoyment of music. One person said, “This was an evening when I was so proud to be a Fluvannian.”

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