PASO ROBLES — The Pioneer Museum is one of the most extensive, well-kept collections of Central California history in the state. They have been acquiring local artifacts from around the North County since their inception in 1971 when the Paso Robles Rotary Club made it their mission to preserve local heritage for generations to come. The museum has some newly refurbished and acquired artifacts put on display in early October. These are the Elmer Bollinger Flying machine and the Klintworth dollhouse.For the complete article see the 10-22-2013 issue.
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