The Rochester Historical and Pioneer Society buildings were re-opened recently for the first time since the January 2011 floods.ELAINE COONEY November 8, 2012 4:11am
From left: Rochester Historical and Pioneer Society secretary Margaret Harley, its president Lorraine Haines, Member for Rodney Paul Weller and former Campaspe Shire mayor Kevin Simpson at the official re-opening of the museum.
The Rochester Historical and Pioneer Society buildings were officially re-opened recently following extensive renovations needed after the devastating floods of January 2011.
Member for Rodney joined former Campaspe Shire mayor Kevin Simpson, Rochester Historical and Pioneer Society secretary Margaret Harley and president Lorraine Haines at the museum on Sunday, October 28.
The opening ceremony was performed by Mr Weller in front of about 70 people, some from as far away Charlton, Castlemaine and Echuca.
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