Need A 2008 Calendar? Check Out This Molino One

December 31, 2007


With the new year here, it is now time to find a new 2008 calendar. The Molino Mid-County Historical Society has one for you that features transportation photos from days gone by in Molino.

From the cover photo of a car in front of the 1915 barbershop in downtown Molino, to horses in the late 1800’s, to early 1900’s school children in front of their bus, the calendar features historic photos that chronicle the history of transportation in Molino.

The “Our Rides of Yesterday” 2008 calendar is available for $5 at Cole’s Barbershop and Handcrafted Treasures. This is the fourth year the historical society has published calendar.

“It’s a great way to preserve our history and our pictures,” society member Donna Ging (pictured above, click to enlarge) said at a recent meeting of the group at Aldersgate Methodist Church.

“The neatest thing about doing the calendar every year is the excitement of seeing the people and the pictures, seeing relatives and their friends,” she said.



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