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Muskegon Heights African-American museum expanding

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By Clayton Hardiman,

In the building at Peck Street and Center Avenue, opposite Muskegon Heights City Hall, the past is gaining a future.

Alongside the building, a new addition has sprung up. When it opens officially, probably some time in December, visitors will find new exhibit space, a small auditorium and multimedia enhancements.

Board members of the Muskegon County Museum of African American History say the $110,000 addition will help them fulfill their mission of recounting history and paying tribute to the lives of giants.

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December 9, 2010 at 1:47 pm