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Get your spook on according to Troy Taylor of prairiehosts.com via gothichorrorstories.com


Sta-Rite


Ridge Cemetery, Williamsburg Hill


Tiny House, Giant Journey Shelbyville native Jenna Spesard spent a year building the tiny house on wheels. Journeying through Shelbyville, The house was featured on HGTV. Find out more online at tinyhousegiantjourney.com


Since 1917 Sta-Rite has been manufac- turing hair pins. Sta- Rite helped develop the bobby pin and started manufactur- ing in 1926. During WWII Sta-Rite shifted production to supply millions of metal safety clips and arming wires for bombs in support of the US was effort. The Sta-Rite employees received an Army-Navy “E” for excellence award in 1943 & 1944. Sta-Rite employed 1000 persons during WWII. Sta-Rite is owned and operated by Robert & Noel Bolinger II of Shelbyville. For more information visit: www.sta-riteginnielou.com


Muralist The Shelbyville Post Office has hosted this painting since 1941. “Shelby County Fair Mural” is by artist Sister Lucia Wiley. Dedicated on June 13, 1941, it was painted using egg tempera, a paint made by com- bining egg whites with pigments and oil. The mural was funded through the Treasury Department’s Section of Fine Arts. Her art is displayed in many Post Offices around the nation.


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