Sign of Progress

Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Courtesy photo/RILEY MILLER

A new bigger, brighter, bolder sign goes up Tuesday, heralding the now-permanent home of the Putnam County Museum at 1105 N. Jackson St. in Greencastle. Rob McCalister (center) supervises the installation effort by Hutchison Signs and Electric, Indianapolis, as co-workers Michelle Conley (right) and Tony Gorski maneuver in the buckets above the building entrance. Museum officials announced at the March annual meeting that the museum was purchasing the old Kroger/Peoples Drugs-Haag Pharmacy-Hook’s building on contract from Mark Timm. The deal allows Timm up to five years to relocate his Cottage Garden business from the south side of the facility.

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