Historical society releases first magazine

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Spotlights key points in Shelby County history

By Lisa King

Sherry Jelsma, a member of the Shelby County Historical Society, expressed pride in the organization’s first annual magazine – her brainstorm –released Dec. 7.

That is, she hopes it will become an annual tradition, she said with a chuckle.

“We hope to do another one next year,” she said, leafing through its glossy pages, pointing out the six authors, Bill Ellis, Neal Hammon, John David Myles, Juanita White, Brig. Gen. Ron Van Stockum and Ann DAngelo, all well-known local historians, most of whom are published authors.

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