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Morrison County Historical Society to host annual meeting

The Morrison County Historical Society's annual meeting Sept. 20 at Camp Ripley Town Hall will include a presentation by the Mississippi Headwaters Program director for the Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota chapter of The Nature Conservancy.

Todd Holman
Todd Holman
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LITTLE FALLS — The Morrison County Historical Society will have its annual meeting 6 p.m. Sept. 20, at Camp Ripley Town Hall at 15000 Highway 115 in Little Falls.

Todd Holman will speak at the meeting. He is the Mississippi Headwaters Program director for the Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota chapter of The Nature Conservancy.

Holman will talk about his work with Camp Ripley Sentinel Landscape Project to make a cultural and environmental geodatabase that includes parts of Cass, Crow Wing, Morrison and Todd counties, and the society’s board meeting will follow the presentation.

Although donations are appreciated, the event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, so call the Little Falls-based museum at 320-632-4007 or email it at mocohistory@gmail.com to register by Sept. 19.

Attendees will need to present identification at the main gate when they arrive at the meeting location. Once motorists pass through the gate, they will take a right at the first stop sign. The town hall building is 15-77.

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