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December 19, 2012

‘A Place called Zionsville’ exhibit now on display at SullivanMunce

Zionsville — The SullivanMunce Museum, 205 W. Hawthorne St., has a new permanent exhibit called “A Place Called Zionsville.”

Executive director David Ruffer said he hopes to give visitors a sense of Zionsville as a place where people have belonged and continue to make their home.

The free exhibit is a mix of history and events exhibited in five vignettes.

The first is called “Where is Zionsville?” Ruffer says it focuses on the geographical and physical location of the village and encourages visitors to record all the places they and their ancestors have lived.

See Wednesday's paper for the full story.

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