Historian of the Year awarded to Dean and Anne Morrow


Sue Howell, left to right, gives Dean Morrow a hug after Morrow and his wife, Anne Morrow, all of Sidney, were awarded “Historian of the Year” at the Ross Historical Center Thursday, Dec. 10. Howell described Anne Morrow as being “like a sister.” The couple were recognized during a Shelby County Historical Society Volunteer Open House honoring historical society volunteers. The Morrows have been Shelby County Historical Society members since the Ross Historical Center opened. They have helped in the preparation of numerous exhibits and children’s activities. They also write the monthly Out of the Past column. Shelby County Historical Society Director Tilda Phlipot said of the couple, “That at a few minutes notice they will always come to help in any way necessary.”

Sue Howell, left to right, gives Dean Morrow a hug after Morrow and his wife, Anne Morrow, all of Sidney, were awarded “Historian of the Year” at the Ross Historical Center Thursday, Dec. 10. Howell described Anne Morrow as being “like a sister.” The couple were recognized during a Shelby County Historical Society Volunteer Open House honoring historical society volunteers. The Morrows have been Shelby County Historical Society members since the Ross Historical Center opened. They have helped in the preparation of numerous exhibits and children’s activities. They also write the monthly Out of the Past column. Shelby County Historical Society Director Tilda Phlipot said of the couple, “That at a few minutes notice they will always come to help in any way necessary.”


Sue Howell, left to right, gives Dean Morrow a hug after Morrow and his wife, Anne Morrow, all of Sidney, were awarded “Historian of the Year” at the Ross Historical Center Thursday, Dec. 10. Howell described Anne Morrow as being “like a sister.” The couple were recognized during a Shelby County Historical Society Volunteer Open House honoring historical society volunteers. The Morrows have been Shelby County Historical Society members since the Ross Historical Center opened. They have helped in the preparation of numerous exhibits and children’s activities. They also write the monthly Out of the Past column. Shelby County Historical Society Director Tilda Phlipot said of the couple, “That at a few minutes notice they will always come to help in any way necessary.”

Sue Howell, left to right, gives Dean Morrow a hug after Morrow and his wife, Anne Morrow, all of Sidney, were awarded “Historian of the Year” at the Ross Historical Center Thursday, Dec. 10. Howell described Anne Morrow as being “like a sister.” The couple were recognized during a Shelby County Historical Society Volunteer Open House honoring historical society volunteers. The Morrows have been Shelby County Historical Society members since the Ross Historical Center opened. They have helped in the preparation of numerous exhibits and children’s activities. They also write the monthly Out of the Past column. Shelby County Historical Society Director Tilda Phlipot said of the couple, “That at a few minutes notice they will always come to help in any way necessary.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/12/web1_SDN121215Historical2.jpgSue Howell, left to right, gives Dean Morrow a hug after Morrow and his wife, Anne Morrow, all of Sidney, were awarded “Historian of the Year” at the Ross Historical Center Thursday, Dec. 10. Howell described Anne Morrow as being “like a sister.” The couple were recognized during a Shelby County Historical Society Volunteer Open House honoring historical society volunteers. The Morrows have been Shelby County Historical Society members since the Ross Historical Center opened. They have helped in the preparation of numerous exhibits and children’s activities. They also write the monthly Out of the Past column. Shelby County Historical Society Director Tilda Phlipot said of the couple, “That at a few minutes notice they will always come to help in any way necessary.”