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By Dena Wood
The Times 

Waitsburg Welcomes 2019, Part 4

 

January 31, 2019

Times File Photo

Town Hall Board Member Karl Newell sanded and painted the frame of a painting that traditionally hung over the kitchen window at Waitsburg's Town Hall in 2013. The water-damaged painting was replaced with a painting by Doris Huffman, which depicts the entrance into Waitsburg from Walla Walla. The Town Hall board is currently planning their St. Patrick's Day dinner and silent auction fundraiser to support Town Hall maintenance and operations.

In this multi-part series, The Times visits with businesses, organizations and agencies to learn their plans for 2019. This week, we wrap up our walk around Main Street. In future issues we will talk with off-Main businesses, churches, clubs and organizations.

Waitsburg Town Hall

Waitsburg's Town Hall operates on a one hundred percent volunteer basis and is supported solely by community donations. The building was donated to the city by the American Legion in 1976 and the Town Hall Association eventually took over responsibility for its care and upkeep.

Town Hall, with a capacity of 290 p...



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