August 29, 2018
NICEVILLE, FL— Northwest Florida State College donated approximately $60,000 worth of land to the Heritage Museum of Northwest Florida to assist them in expanding their operations and building their proposed Folk School.
“We are proud to donate this land to help our friends at the Heritage Museum expand their offerings,” says Dr. Devin Stephenson, President. “The Heritage Museum’s proposed ideas will make a huge impact on our community by expanding the opportunities where locals can continue their education and broaden their skillsets.”
NWF State donated a 0.11-acre triangle of land, as well as 0.09-acre sliver of land on the other side of the Heritage Museum building.
Ruckel Properties (RPI) also donated property to the Heritage Museum, giving them enough land to build the proposed Folk School.
Photo Caption: (L to R) NWF State College VP of Administrative Services Randy White, Heritage Museum Board of Trustees Chair Barbara Palmgren, Heritage Museum Trustee Marie Hallion, Heritage Museum Manager Kelli Knudsen and NWF State College President Dr. Devin Stephenson showcase a blueprint of the museum’s planned expansion.