“Service & Sacrifice – Harrison County At War” virtual tour

360 Pano Tours is very excited and proud to have sponsored a 360° Virtual Tour for the new “Service & Sacrifice – Harrison County At War” exhibit. The exhibit is located in the basement of the newly renovated Memorial City Hall downtown Marshall TX.
The purpose of the tour is to give visitors a “taste” of what to expect and to entice visitors to physically go and visit the exhibit. The 360° tour has some audio and video elements which are just snippets of some of the multimedia stations situated around the exhibit.

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Memorial City Hall – Marshall Texas

I had the privilege of having a tour of the Memorial City Hall restoration project here in Marshall Texas.

I know the project has been a bone of contention for many (many) years but as a resident and taxpayer of Marshall Texas, I am very excited about the progress finally being made.

Based on what I have been told and the vision for the building I believe that the Memorial City Hall will become a little gem for Marshall that we can all be proud off.

One of the many highlights of the building will be the permanent location of the “Service and Sacrifice:  Harrison County at War” honoring those from Harrison County that gave the ultimate sacrifice for this great country.

We hope to bring you more visual updates as the project progresses.

Harrison County Courthouse Entrance and Courtroom

I would be interested in taking a poll to ask how many residents of Harrison County Texas have seen the inside of Harrison County Courthouse. Well, now you can, well at least the entrance and the courtroom.

To read more about the Harrison County Courthouse try these websites:

Harrison County Historical Museum

Old Harrison County Courthouse (Wikipedia)

Harrison County

Otstott Park Gazebo

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George & Michelle Otstott dedicated this park on September 5, 1993 to the wonderful people of Jefferson, Texas as a token of their love and affection for this fine community.
Otstott Park serves as a public gathering place and an area for relaxation and enjoyment. Often used for weddings, religious services, public celebrations including national holidays. The park is also a setting for free concerts and musical events throughout the year.
This park is open to all people, children, pets, and visitors are especially welcome. Come be a part of a celebration or just enjoy a quiet moment.