Williamson County pledges $100K to restore Dickey Museum & Multipurpose Center in Taylor
With $100,000 from the Williamson County Commissioners Court, the Dickey Museum and Multipurpose Center in Taylor is one step closer to undergoing restoration. The court approved an agreement last week to transfer money from the Williamson County Landfill Community Recreational Facility Fund. The restoration project, which first broke ground in January 2016, will cost more than $500,000 and will help the center provide information about African-Americans and the contributions they made to the city of Taylor and the United States. The center will also teach African-American history through interactive and engaging exhibits.
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Source: Community Impact- Round Rock