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TSMA donates to historical society clock

  • JOE PLASKO/TIMES NEWS
    JOE PLASKO/TIMES NEWS
Published October 13. 2010 05:00PM

Tamaqua Street Machine Association Vice President Tom Maruschak (left) and President Mark Blasko (center) present a check for $500 to Dale Freudenberger (right), president of the Tamaqua Historical Society. The check represents the proceeds from the TSMA's last two cruises at Heisler's Dairy Bar, Lewistown Valley, and is earmarked for the historical society's restoration of the original glass clock and sign from its museum building, which had been on display between 1911 and 1960.

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