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Our First Display in CK Library

Today, Lucille set up the first archival display in the new Cut Knife Library space. It showcases the Courier’s feature articles on the installation of the World’s Largest Tomahawk. Before too long, the CMMM will have set up multiple display cases within the Library with revolving exhibits.

A year-round exhibit space has been the museum’s dream for years. The former Good Shepherd Church at 113 Broad Street has been renovated to form two spaces: the Cut Knife Municipal Library accessed through the front door, and eventually, the Museum Administration and Archives Center (MAAC) visited – by appointment – through the north side door. Next time you’re in the Library, check out the exhibits and let us know what you think.

First Museum Exhibit at the CK Library

~ Debbie M.

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2 thoughts on “Our First Display in CK Library”

  1. Really cool to see the CMMM publicized in the Good Shepherd space.
    My Auntie Ruby and her daughter Marilynn would be so happy. I was just telling friends all about them last night.


    1. Hi Trevor, I’m not sure if you know the Good Shepherd Church closed its doors last spring. The Town and the R.M. purchased the building, and the Town, R.M., CK Library and Museum shared the cost of renovations. Thanks for reading!


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