History Center visits Lions Club


By Wilmington Lions



Lions Club President Lion Ryan Page presents a Lion sStatuette to Shelby Boatman.

Lions Club President Lion Ryan Page presents a Lion sStatuette to Shelby Boatman.


Courtesy photo

Clinton County History Center Executive Director Shelby Boatman gave a presentation about the center at the July 1 Wilmington Lions Club meeting.

She briefly described the work of preserving, educating and promoting Clinton County’s history at the facility located at 149 E. Locust St., Wilmington.

She spoke about the Center’s genealogy section and its staff, as well as about recent and future museum displays.

She also talked about some upcoming historical events such the Aug. 10 dedication of a historical marker indicating the location of the 1968 plane crash in Clinton County.

The Lions enjoyed hearing about this valuable asset in our city.

Lions Club President Lion Ryan Page presents a Lion sStatuette to Shelby Boatman.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/07/web1_Lion-President-Ryan-Page-presenting-Lion-Statuette-to-.jpgLions Club President Lion Ryan Page presents a Lion sStatuette to Shelby Boatman. Courtesy photo

By Wilmington Lions