‘Growing up Green Creek’ to be presented at Polk County Museum

Published 8:30 am Saturday, March 4, 2023

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On March 14, the Polk County Historical Association will present ‘Growing up Green Creek.’

This month’s history presentation is another in the series of growing up in Polk County. The March program will explore what it was like to grow up in the Green Creek Community. Participants Millie Woodward, Dot York and Imogene Burns will share what life was like in Polk County’s most eastern community.

The speakers will talk about attending and graduating from Green Creek School. Prior to 1960, there were six high schools in the county. This March 14 program will feature stories about the student life and learning at Green Creek High School. 

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This presentation will be held at the Polk County Historical Museum in downtown Columbus, located at 60 Walker Street. The public is invited and there is no cost to attend. The program will begin at 2 p.m.


Submitted by 

John Vining