The most frequently asked question lately at the Edina History Museum: Is it too late to get something in the "Growing Up in Edina" exhibit? The answer: you can submit your stories, photos and childhood treasures at any time, and in fact, we hope you do. Several visitors, inspired by what they've seen, have promised to participate.
Our exhibit room is pretty packed, but we can still make room for additional items. We also hope to continue to publish stories here on the blog and in our newsletter, so keep 'em coming.
Here's one story recently submitted by Bob Herman, who recalled childhood in Edina in the 1950s and 1960s.
By Bob Herman, Edina HS Class of 1969
(Married to Karen Gaasedelen, Edina class of 1978)
I am now 60 years old and I spent 1951 to 1974 and 1991 to present time in Edina.
I have great memories growing up in Edina....
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