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April 1, 2008

Thomasville-- An historic home in Thomasville will re-open Tuesday night.   The Lapham-Patterson House is not only a popular historic attraction for the area, it's also a national landmark.

Daily tours are normally offered, but it's been closed since September for renovations.   Sheryl Walters, Curator for the Lapham-Patterson House says, "The entire inside was re-plastered where it needed it, and re-painted and it just looks so clean and fresh. And we're going to be open for a long time, we promise to be open for a long time, no more closings."

The party starts at 5:30 Tuesday night.  Everyone is invited out for champagne to celebrate the re-opening.

 

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