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It is also the 20th anniversary of St. John’s Church being here at the Museum. There will be a special exhibit at the courthouse April 1 – August 1 then it will be taken to the County Fair. I am looking for interior and exterior photographs of when it was a church and community building. I am also looking for stories of families that attended the church and artifacts from its years as the Episcopal Church in Olivia.