LCHS Museum Curator Marilyn Johnson introduces a roomful of fourth-graders to education back in the days when Puckerbrush School (built in the 1870s) was just one of more than 100 rural schools scattered across Lucas County.
It would be hard to say who had the most fun --- kids or adults --- during Thursday mornings visit by well over 100 Chariton Community School fourth-graders to the Lucas County Historical Society Museum campus. It all went off without a hitch --- and the weather was spectacular.
LCHS Board member Frank Mitchell introduces fourth-graders to some aspects of pioneer life during a visit to the log cabin Thursday morning.
At the end of the morning, students collected their sack lunches from the back pews of Otterbein Church and enjoyed their meal on the lawn.