Photo courtesy: Rainier Historical Society
Lisa Pemberton reports in The Olympian:
– “Saturday event will celebrate restored Rainier Historical School House”
“A ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for 11 a.m. Saturday to celebrate the restoration of the Rainier Historical School House.
The building, which was built in 1915, is owned by the Rainier School District and recently underwent about $1 million in renovations. It will now house the Rainier Historical Museum, the Thurston County Sheriff’s field office, the Rainier High School Alternative Program, and the Rainier School District Office.
– UPDATE: January 7, 2017
“Rainier’s old schoolhouse gets new life”
By Amelia Dickson, The Olympian.