Coming to America


Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, left, demonstrates how immigrants used to be examined for eye diseases with the help of volunteer Haley Fogt, 11, of Sidney, daughter of Bruce and Linda Fogt, at the Coming to America exhibit. Fogt came to see the exhibit at the Ross Historical Center with her Sidney Middle School class Wednesday, Feb. 1. Kids learned about how immigrants came to Shelby County during a tour of the exhibit.

Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, left, demonstrates how immigrants used to be examined for eye diseases with the help of volunteer Haley Fogt, 11, of Sidney, daughter of Bruce and Linda Fogt, at the Coming to America exhibit. Fogt came to see the exhibit at the Ross Historical Center with her Sidney Middle School class Wednesday, Feb. 1. Kids learned about how immigrants came to Shelby County during a tour of the exhibit.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, left, demonstrates how immigrants used to be examined for eye diseases with the help of volunteer Haley Fogt, 11, of Sidney, daughter of Bruce and Linda Fogt, at the Coming to America exhibit. Fogt came to see the exhibit at the Ross Historical Center with her Sidney Middle School class Wednesday, Feb. 1. Kids learned about how immigrants came to Shelby County during a tour of the exhibit.

Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, left, demonstrates how immigrants used to be examined for eye diseases with the help of volunteer Haley Fogt, 11, of Sidney, daughter of Bruce and Linda Fogt, at the Coming to America exhibit. Fogt came to see the exhibit at the Ross Historical Center with her Sidney Middle School class Wednesday, Feb. 1. Kids learned about how immigrants came to Shelby County during a tour of the exhibit.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/02/web1_SDN020817HistoryClass.jpgShelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, left, demonstrates how immigrants used to be examined for eye diseases with the help of volunteer Haley Fogt, 11, of Sidney, daughter of Bruce and Linda Fogt, at the Coming to America exhibit. Fogt came to see the exhibit at the Ross Historical Center with her Sidney Middle School class Wednesday, Feb. 1. Kids learned about how immigrants came to Shelby County during a tour of the exhibit. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News