shared the fairgrounds with the Antique Farm Day and
Tractor Pull event, which featured a 1958 John Deere
The crowd enjoyed the Tractor Pull!
inside, Brenda Rees, Chair of the Walton County Heritage
Museum Board of Trustees, represented both the Museum
and her company, Shaping Florida.
Rev. Tyrone Broadus, Walton County Heritage Association
Trustee, and Ken Little, President of the Walton County
Heritage Association, reviewed the Walton County timeline.
Diane Merkel, Walton County Heritage Museum Trustee,
admired the display by Gail Meyer of the City of Fort
Walton Beach Heritage Park and Cultural Center (Indian
Temple Mound Museum).
Ken Little visited the Walton County Art League display.
Marge Crawford of Historic Point Washington also represented
the Friends of Eden Gardens State Park.
Scott Clary, who is a Museum Trustee, displayed some
items from his extensive postcard, photograph, and bottle
Terry Dawkins, a Walton County Heritage Association
trustee, dressed appropriately for the day.
One of the most extensive displays was that of the Tivoli
Historical Society. They are working to preserve the
history of all black schools that were in the county.
Art Dees of WZEP-AM explained how radio equipment has
evolved from the days of tubes and reels and carts.