PHOTOS: LVHS ‘Night at the Museum’ had strong turnout in 13th year

(Lander, WY) – The annual “Night at the Museum” at Lander Valley High School (LVHS) was held last night, and brought in quite the crowd in its 13th year.

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The annual event gives students a chance to present projects that provide the history of something related to their families from Lander and all over the world, and also offers a glimpse into the lives of folks from the past.

Students like junior Zach Ward shared stories of his great grandfather’s life during WWII and how he ended up in Wyoming, and junior Cameron Pitt was even able to convince the fire department to bring the old truck to the high school in honor of his firefighting relatives.

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Cameron Pitt. County 10 photo.

Check out some more photos from the event below! (We didn’t catch every kiddos name due to not wanting to interrupt the presentations!)

Junior Gabe Harris presented the history of this family sabre. County 10 photo.
Jack Pasquinelli shares his project on the Liberian Civil Wars. County 10 photo.
Junior Henry Romney shares the rich hunting history of his family. County 10 photo
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Albert Wright entertains listeners with his family history. County 10 photo
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