Remembering an earthquake


Ohio Department of Natural Resources Seismologist Sara Kowalke, of Delaware, talks about the Anna earthquake of 1937 and what made it so bad during a program presented by the Anna District Historical Society in partnership with the Shelby County Genealogical Society and the Shelby County Historical Society in Anna Middle School, Tuesday, April 11. About 75 people attended the program.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ohio Department of Natural Resources Seismologist Sara Kowalke, of Delaware, talks about the Anna earthquake of 1937 and what made it so bad during a program presented by the Anna District Historical Society in partnership with the Shelby County Genealogical Society and the Shelby County Historical Society in Anna Middle School, Tuesday, April 11. About 75 people attended the program.

Ohio Department of Natural Resources Seismologist Sara Kowalke, of Delaware, talks about the Anna earthquake of 1937 and what made it so bad during a program presented by the Anna District Historical Society in partnership with the Shelby County Genealogical Society and the Shelby County Historical Society in Anna Middle School, Tuesday, April 11. About 75 people attended the program.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/04/web1_SDN041317Earthquake.jpgOhio Department of Natural Resources Seismologist Sara Kowalke, of Delaware, talks about the Anna earthquake of 1937 and what made it so bad during a program presented by the Anna District Historical Society in partnership with the Shelby County Genealogical Society and the Shelby County Historical Society in Anna Middle School, Tuesday, April 11. About 75 people attended the program. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News