Darcie Long inspects items in the new display cabinets installed in the VFW room at the KP Civic Center. Photo courtesy Rob Hord

The Key Peninsula Historical Society (KPHS) museum, located at the Key Peninsula Civic Center in Vaughn, plans an El Sombrero dinner for members and friends and all others interested March 7, 5-9 p.m.

El Sombrero owners Cathy and Pablo contribute to the community by offering these evenings to local organizations as fundraisers. Ten percent of the dinner receipts during those hours will be given to KPHS for the museum.

The KPHS annual membership meeting, open to prospective members and interested friends, will be in the Whitmore Room at the civic center March 19, beginning at noon.

A brief meeting will include election of officers, with the main program being memories of Vaughn Library Hall, shared by many who enjoyed various activities there. A discussion and vote regarding acceptance of the library hall building and property as a gift to KPHS by the current owners will follow.

For information on these events, membership or the museum, call 888-3246.

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