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

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

Stakley, who previously served as the vice president, has been involved with the society since 1974.

Florence Lembeck came to the event to support her former coworker.

"We both taught at Crestview High School," she said. Stakley was an ROTC instructor following his career in the United States Army; he retired as a sergeant.

Lembeck recently became a Carver-Hill society member.

When asked why she joined, she said, "I guess it's something I have always believed in."

Want to go?

The Carver-Hill Museum, 895 McClelland St., has no set hours, but opens upon request. Contact George Stakley, 803-3459, for details. See carverhillmemorialandhistoricalsocietyinc.org for more information.



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