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Open house to be held at Muheim Heritage House

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BISBEE — The Muheim Heritage House Museum committee will be holding an open house on Sunday, Jan. 5, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the historic home on Youngblood Hill Avenue in Old Bisbee.

The committee has some new plans for the home that was donated to the city years ago by the Muheim family, said Doreen Edwards, committee member. They include renting the home as a place for functions such as weddings, birthdays or anniversaries, to expand its use to the public.

The caretaker’s residence on the rear of the old home is up for lease by the month or by the year, Edwards stated.

These ideas will help the Muheim House become self-sustainable and enjoyed by the citizens of the county, which are two goals of committee members Christine Rhodes, Cynthia Conroy, James Bond, Joe Saba, Lyle Reddy, Mary Bond, Mary Killary, Shirley Doughty and Edwards.

Freeport McMoRan, Inc. and the city have helped with the new landscaping and parking lot which the committee members want the public to see, she added.

Sassy Transport will be providing rides up the hill and tasty delicacies from Mornings Cafe and the San Jose Restaurant will be available for visitors.

For more information, call Edwards at (520) 227-4686.



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