Landmark Near Claremore Receives Fancy Award!

Totem Pole Park Restoration Receives Oklahoma Historical Society’s Citation of Merit Award! 
Congratulations David and Patsy Anderson, Margo Hoover, and Erin Turner for being selected to receive the Oklahoma Historical Society’s 2017 State Historic Preservation Office’s Citation of Merit given in special recognition for the Ed Galloway Totem Pole Park Project!
“This Citation of Merit is awarded annually to individuals, organizations, agencies, and firms that have made important contributions in the preservation of Oklahoma’s rich heritage. Your hours upon hours of research, restoration, and painting are greatly appreciated by all who come to Totem Pole Park to enjoy this unique Oklahoma treasure. Thank you for the wonderful preservation job you have done.”
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