Fundraising kicks off for new Fairlawn sign
Decades have passed since the Onaway Club sold in the early 1980s, and proceeds from the sale helped Fairlawn Mansion and Museum get a sign for its front lawn.
"It's served us well," said Sara Blanck, director of the Superior Public Museums. However, the sign has seen better days.
Now, the Superior Public Museums is looking to replace it.
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