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The Ridge Report September Edition

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Rome’s Historic Clocktower Restoration Fundraising Underway

The City of Rome and The Rome Area Heritage Foundation are partnering to launch a Clocktower Restoration Fundraising campaign to restore the city’s iconic Clocktower. The goal is to raise $50,000 to complete the project work which includes refurbishing the original clockworks on display, replacing rotted wood panels, painting, installing new flooring and updating the landscape.

The Ridge Report July Edition

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The Ridge Report May Edition

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The Ridge Report March Edition

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The Ridge Report January Edition

Please click the link below  to view the January 2015 Edition of The Ridge Report! The Ridge Report January 2015

Visions of Chieftains 2015 Calendar

Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home is proud to announce the result of a partnership with DIGS, Inc. of Rome—the 2015 Visions of Chieftains Calendar!

The Ridge Report November Edition

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Santa’s Helpers Workshop

On Saturday, December 13th from 9:00am– 12:00pm, Chieftains will host the “Santa’s Helpers Workshop” at the museum. This event gives children an opportunity to craft ornaments and gifts for friends and loved ones at different stations throughout the museum. There will even be an opportunity to write and send a letter to Santa using our Magic Mailbox! Families are asked to pre-register for this event by December 8, 2014. Admission is $5 per child, with free entry for adults.

“Stories Through the Ages” Free Day

The museum will host a free event from 10:30am-4:30pm on Saturday, November 8th sponsored by the Floyd/Rome Retired Educators’ Association. “Stories Through the Ages” will focus on the rich heritage of story-telling in northwest Georgia, from Cherokee myths to modern folk tales. The program features story-tellers, children’s activities, and free tours of the museum.