This plaque now graces the entrance to La Grange at the northeast corner of Highway 132 and Bonds Flat Road. It took several years of fundraising to come up with the $8,000 for construction. The Clampers built it, and were scheduled to install the exterior rock on Saturday. It is the newest thing in one of the county’s oldest towns and one-time Stanislaus County seat. Don Lucas of the Clampers and Marcia Ingalls of LaGrange check out the work on Thursday, May 8, 2014
This plaque now graces the entrance to La Grange at the northeast corner of Highway 132 and Bonds Flat Road. It took several years of fundraising to come up with the $8,000 for construction. The Clampers built it, and were scheduled to install the exterior rock on Saturday. It is the newest thing in one of the county’s oldest towns and one-time Stanislaus County seat. Don Lucas of the Clampers and Marcia Ingalls of LaGrange check out the work on Thursday, May 8, 2014 jjardine@modbee.com
This plaque now graces the entrance to La Grange at the northeast corner of Highway 132 and Bonds Flat Road. It took several years of fundraising to come up with the $8,000 for construction. The Clampers built it, and were scheduled to install the exterior rock on Saturday. It is the newest thing in one of the county’s oldest towns and one-time Stanislaus County seat. Don Lucas of the Clampers and Marcia Ingalls of LaGrange check out the work on Thursday, May 8, 2014 jjardine@modbee.com

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