Posted on Oct 16, 2017
Check out "Mr. Golden Valley" Don Anderson, proud Rotarian, in the Star Tribune!

"You can research your family history there. You can peruse old newspapers, browse shelves of yearbooks, even get married in one of them. Historical societies in the west metro area long have served as go-to places to learn about a city’s past and connect with local resources. Now several are taking steps to get more exposure and attract greater audiences.

Many historical societies in the United States were formed in the early-to mid-1970s, inspired in part by the nation’s bicentennial. Such was the case with the Golden Valley group, created in 1973. Operating out of a 135-year-old church that will soon host its 200th wedding, the Golden Valley society is opening a museum wing next spring. The room soon will feature displays and collections now in storage, said board member Don Anderson." Read the article here.