Guest speaker shares history of Carver-Hill High School, museum

Published: Friday, February 8, 2013 at 05:25 PM.

The society continues to run the museum, with help from volunteers and donations.

Memories of the 12-classroom institution, and particularly, the 18 teachers who pushed students to perform their best, drive supporters to continue the school's legacy.

"It has meaning," Stakley said. "Those memories stayed with us."

And former students can help share them.

The museum still accepts historical donations from local families.

"We even have a personal area for you and your family, so if you want to include pictures or books, we will try to find a place for it," Stakley said.

The society's board members elected Stakley to replace Shannon Hayes, who resigned to focus on his Crestview city council election bid.

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