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Join us February 4th from 5PM-7PM for the Florida Highwaymen exhibit Opening Reception with special guest speaker Gary Monroe. http://hubs.ly/y0tX3_0
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We would like to give a warm welcome to our new Program Director, Kari Whaley! Read more about Kari in our latest blog: Meet Kari Whaley: Program Director at OCHS http://hubs.ly/y0sTmy0
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You may have seen the “Kissimmee” pedestrian bridge spanning John Young Parkway, but did you know it’s part of a trail that will span 32 miles of Florida’s most traveled urbanized areas? Read about the groundbreaking ceremony for the Shingle Creek Regional Trail on our blog! COMING SOON: Shingle Creek Regional Trail http://hubs.ly/y0rGWg0

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Help us preserve history! The Osceola County Historical Society is NOW HIRING a part-time office manager. For more information visit our website at http://hubs.ly/y0rlTQ0

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Thank you Allison Walker and News 13 for visiting us at the Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek! We can't wait to see the full story.
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We would like to give a special thank you to David Martin and Fox 35 WOFL for including the Pioneer Village in the Good Day morning show! We had a blast giving you a tour of what life was like in the 1800's.
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She grew up in Osceola County, went to Osceola High School, has a beautiful little girl named Aubrey and is our Visitor Service Director. Learn more about Kristi Prescott here. Meet Kristi Prescott: Visitor Service Director http://hubs.ly/y0pNYH0

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With only a few days left of our FREE ADMISSION offer, the Pioneer Village is a must-see this weekend. What are your plans? Click here for details http://hubs.ly/y0nYVB0
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Do you or someone you know own a Florida Highwaymen painting? Would you like to see your painting on display in the Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum? If you would like to be involved with our temporary exhibit honoring Black History Month for 2015 click here for more information. http://hubs.ly/y0nDXH0
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See the impact the Osceola County Historical Society has had on the community from 2013-2014 in our latest blog. http://hubs.ly/y0nD-M0
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