The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Redmen Hall needs painting

 


A Go Fund Me Account has been established by the Friends of Skamokawa for the River Life Interpretive Center at Central School/Redmen Hall in Skamokawa.

First established in 1894 as a two-story schoolhouse, it served as a school from 1894-1927 and then as a lodge for the Order of the Redmen until the 1950s. It was refurbished in 1985 by civic-minded residents who formed the non-profit organization called “Friends of Skamokawa.’’ Since 1986 it has been home to the “River Life Interpretive Center” with a mission to house historical archives and reflect river life and culture through historical panel displays and exhibits. Central School House is a 30‘x50’ building.

The Friends of Skamokawa hope to raise $16,000 for a new coat of paint provided by Roxi’s Painting of Longview.

To donate to this worthy cause refer to the links below:

Friends of Skamokawa Go Fund Me, 1894 School House Needs Painting!: https://www.gofundme.com/3wcxmgo.

Friends of Skamokawa Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Friends-of-SkamokawaRiver-Life-Interpretive-Center-159813360709106/.

Friends of Skamokawa Website: http://www.redmenhall.blogspot.com.

Friends of Skamokawa Email: fos1894@gmail.com or call 360-795-3007 for any questions or for more information.

 

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