Annual Meeting!

YOU ARE INVITED!
MHS Annual Meeting
Co-Sponsored by
Magnolia Historical Society (MHS) & Magnolia Community Council (MCC)

MHS INFO
MHS will present the history of the Magnolia Bridge.  John Buswell, Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT),Manager of Bridges and Roadway Structures,  will present engineering information.

Janis Traven will also speak,  She served for over 6 years on the Design Advisory Group (DAG), which provided study and input on the final Bridge design that is still not built.

Council member Sally Bagshaw will attend.
Other county and state officials have been invited.

A question and answer session will follow.

Happy 15th Anniversary Magnolia Historical Society!

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Upcoming Events for Early 2016

MHS HAPPENINGS 2016


The Magnolia Bridge, now over 80 years old, will be the subject of our annual meeting (details below). This is a picture of the under-structure of the Bridge one of the slab concrete/steel viaduct sections at top of the Bridge’s West end. This Bridge is made of five sections of various bridge building techniques. This is one section that had extensive damage during the 1997 slides. (photo Monica Wooton, 2000)

For some background on the bridge, click here.

    • History Articles for the Magnolia News and Magnolia Voice
    • Spring Newsletter
    • Spring Memoir Writing Workshop April 2nd, Magnolia Library, 12:30-4:30, RSVP:206-261-0255
    • Book Sales on-going and at the Farmer’s Market

Annual Meeting –The History of the Magnolia Bridge
April 14th Thursday, 7-9pm

Fireside Room
Magnolia Lutheran Church

Presentation of Magnolia Historical Person of the Year Award


BOARD MEETINGS – YOU ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND!
MHS Board Meetings
(Second Tuesdays of the Month)
(Meet us at the Magnolia Village Windermere Office)
Next One:
April 12th
7-9pm

Open to the Public

Contact Linda O’Neal, President

We would love to have you serve on our Board!
We are a 501(c)(3)

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