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The Concrete Heritage Museum is composed of individuals who aim to have the building of the museum restored. This restoration project has actually been going on. The Museum?s collection was donated by Herb Lasen and his family. Previously called the Camp Seven Museum, the building is named after the numbered railroad logging camps of the English Logging Company. Volunteers who want to help with the Concrete Heritage Museum project are welcome.

Among its features are the Scotty?s Room, where the Concrete Herald archives are stored, and the collection of Concrete Yearbooks and items from Concrete schools.

It continues to be devoted to saving the important history of the town and area. It holds fund raising activities as well as special events in order to generate the funds for the museum?s projects.
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