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By Mildred Lykens
Lyle News 

Homesteader's fair Saturday



No longer a church: The Lyle historical museum received signage painted by Lyle resident, Penny Smith. In honor of the occasion, the museum board is offering a "good old fashioned, biscuits and gravy" breakfast this Saturday. The museum is housed in what was formerly the Lyle Methodist Church. After the church disbanded, the building was given to the Lyle Historical Society to use for their museum.

Have you seen the beautiful signage on the museum? Terry Mills mounted the letters after Penny Smith painted them. I think they really stand out and solidifies the fact that you can't mistake it for a church any longer. In honor of the occasion the museum board is offering a good old fashioned biscuits and gravy breakfast on Saturday, Sept. 20. Their basement door will open and the meal will be served from 9 to 11 a.m. all for only $5 a plate. After your tummy is full you can mosey on up the stairs and see the other changes that the board has been working on to make your tour of the museum entertaining and educational.

Afterwards you can visit the park and enjoy the 'Northwest Homestead...

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