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Museum Director Scott Lawson, left, accepts a $10,000 donation March 30 from David Heppler and his daughter Mayli Menesini on behalf of the Heppler family. The donation goes to the Plumas County Museum Association. Photo by Margie Oropin

County museum foundation is beneficiary of substantial donation

Quincy resident David Heppler, with his daughter Mayli Menesini of Chico, made a $10,000 donation to the Plumas County Museum Association on March 30.

The Heppler family, residents of Plumas County for the past 45 years, made the donation because they “feel the Museum itself makes wonderful contributions to the county in the form of preserving local history countywide,” according to Heppler.

Heppler worked on the restoration of the museum’s 1878 Variel Home 20 years ago and still recalls the community effort made to fund that project. He feels this is one way for his family to help keep local history alive.

One thought on “County museum foundation is beneficiary of substantial donation

  • Thank you Heppler family for your gracious donation to our beloved museum. Many thanks also to Mr. Scott Lawson for keeping our amazing local history alive.

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