Keeping history alive


Botkins Historical Society President Greg Geis, of Botkins, attaches a newly refurbished sign to the front of the historic railroad hotel that the Botkins Historical Society operates out of. Geis put the sign back up Tuesday, Sept. 19. Parts of the old sign were rotting and it got a fresh coat of paint.

Botkins Historical Society President Greg Geis, of Botkins, attaches a newly refurbished sign to the front of the historic railroad hotel that the Botkins Historical Society operates out of. Geis put the sign back up Tuesday, Sept. 19. Parts of the old sign were rotting and it got a fresh coat of paint.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Botkins Historical Society President Greg Geis, of Botkins, attaches a newly refurbished sign to the front of the historic railroad hotel that the Botkins Historical Society operates out of. Geis put the sign back up Tuesday, Sept. 19. Parts of the old sign were rotting and it got a fresh coat of paint.

Botkins Historical Society President Greg Geis, of Botkins, attaches a newly refurbished sign to the front of the historic railroad hotel that the Botkins Historical Society operates out of. Geis put the sign back up Tuesday, Sept. 19. Parts of the old sign were rotting and it got a fresh coat of paint.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN092317BotkinsHist.jpgBotkins Historical Society President Greg Geis, of Botkins, attaches a newly refurbished sign to the front of the historic railroad hotel that the Botkins Historical Society operates out of. Geis put the sign back up Tuesday, Sept. 19. Parts of the old sign were rotting and it got a fresh coat of paint. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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