Historian to discuss settlements

Local historian, tour guide, and Goessel schoolteacher Brian Stucky will share his research and recent findings on American Indians, early settlers, and Marion County trails Friday at Lifelong Learning. The session will be at 9:45 a.m. in the Tabor College Wolgemuth Music Education Center in Hillsboro.

During the summer of 2010, Stucky hosted a workshop on early trails running through Marion County, funded by the National Park Service and the Oregon California Trail Association.

Stucky teaches art and photography at Goessel schools. He authored a book, “Hallowed Hardwoods,” that detailed vintage basketball gyms of Kansas that was published in 2003.

Lifelong Learning sessions are held regularly at Tabor College through fall and spring semesters. Fees are $4 per session or $15 per semester ($29 per couple) payable at the door.

For more information, contact Lifelong Learning coordinator Connie Isaac at (620) 947-5964 or conniei@tabor.edu.

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