The Hernando Historical Museum Association kicks off the new year 2022 with an expansion of its Walk of Honor program. A Memorial Brick Paver program began when the Countryman One Room Schoolhouse was built on Russell Street in 2014. Many names and sentiments have been added since then. The catwalk serves as a constant reminder to guests that the people and businesses will be remembered for generations to come.

The Schoolhouse program will continue to grow. New brick walkways will be added to the 1885 Depot Museum and the May-Stringer House. As orders are placed, the bricks are engraved and then inserted into the footbridge of the Museum of your choice. What a wonderful gift for a birthday (even a new baby) or for a new grad! They would always have a special place of honor here in Brooksville. Of course, a memorial for a deceased loved one is very meaningful.

The form to be completed and returned along with a check for $50.00 can be picked up in one of the three Museum buildings. The Walk of Honor Program form can also be found on the Museum’s website under the Supporting Museums tab at https://www.hernandohistoricalmuseumassoc.com

It will be an honor for the Museums to receive your contribution to the Walk of Honor Program.

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Museum hours!

May-Stringer Tours Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. – 352-799-0129

Tours of Depot 1885 from Friday to Saturday from noon to 3:00 p.m. – 352-799-4766

Countryman One Room School is open Saturday 12-3pm – 352-515-3054

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