RICHLAND, Wash. -Here's your chance to learn about Hanford's past and support the future.
CREHST Museum holds the ABC Home History Pledge Walk September 22nd.
You'll take a tour of the some of neighborhoods where historic government houses built in the 1940s and 1950s were homes to thousands of Hanford workers and their families.
"This is one of the most important parts of Richland's history," Says CREHST Director Ellen Low. "We're really proud to be involved in encouraging people to learn about that."
ABC home experts will be stationed along the tour route to share stories and answer questions.
Every person who raises at least $100 in pledges receives a free tee-shirt to commemorate the walk.
All proceeds go to support the museum and the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center.
You can sign up at the CREHST Museum at 95 Lee Boulevard or by clicking here.