Don't let our Randolph County history crumble and wash away! Randolph County Historical Museum is still short of its $13,000 goal to begin lead paint removal in the facility so that the roof and walls can then undergo repairs.

These photos capture the dire situation in the museum that needs to be fixed soon-but not before the lead paint can be removed from all surfaces. The quicker the paint is removed, the quicker the roof and walls can be replaced/restored/repaired.

Your donation to this important cause is tax deductible. For further information, check out the Facebook group-Randolph County Historical Museum-Alabama. There are LOTS of fun activities going on!

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