Cato Historical Preservation Association
Cato, Crawford County, Kansas
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Many thanks to
Shirley Hensley and Timber Wilson
for creating this beautiful hand-made quilt.
The Quilt Give-Away
is another wonderful way
to support Cato projects.
Contact any board member
to find out more.
Cato School (built in 1869) Cato, Kansas
Contact a CHPA Board Member for more information
email contact: Marilyn Flagg
Eldon Bartley explains branding
Anyone interested in becoming a member of the committee is invited.
If you would like to help with the Cato School Project,
or make a financial contribution, please contact
a member of the Cato Historical Preservation Committee.
Cato Historical Preservation Association Members
Susie Stelle, Mary Portwood, Richard Coonrod, Jerry Coonrod, Ralph Carlson,
Joe Bournonville, Anna Portwood Swank, Katharine Spigarelli, Marilyn Coonrod Flagg, Elizabeth Portwood Thompson, Bob George, Jamie Thompson, Buck Rowland, Jan Steele, Carolyn Smith Corral, Barbara and Jerry Hixenbaugh, Sandy Mertz, Ronnie Smith
Judd Bailey teaches the kids about farms and horses
Joe Maghe shares Civil War artifacts
Marilyn Flagg, Jerry Coonrod, Susie Stelle
Seated, Maudine Picht, a former teacher
at the Cato School
We hope you'll drop by and take a look!
Thanks to all those who have donated their time, money, and resources to make the Cato restoration project become a reality. So much progress has been made on our beautiful little school since we began this work over ten years ago. It has all been possible because of generous donations from people who care about the Cato School and a grant from the Kansas Historical Society.
A founding member of the Cato Historical Preservation Association
One of the dedicated volunteers
who helps make the Cato Fall Tour such a success
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