Thursday, June 21, 2007
Quaint farm museum in Plano may possibly have been robbing city blind
Citizens cluck their tongues because the childrens love it so very much.
Heritage Farmstead board members began ferreting through the facility's finances after exec director Ted Peters died last year. The WFAA story has some entertaining hue-and-cry from historian types and woeful concern expressed for the CHILDREN who will likely not survive unless given the opportunity to pet the llama.
Posted by T.G.
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