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Man Receives a High 5 for Work on Historical Museum

Man Receives a High 5 for Work on Historical Museum



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(KSL News) A man thought he was called to check out a burglary, but actually he was called to get a High 5.

Bob Dalley was nominated for our High 5 for all the work he does taking care of the West Jordan Historical Museum.

His wife, Linda, nominated him. "He's the driving force behind our museum," she said. "He's had some health problems, but he's still here fixing windows and taking care of chickens. We're currently trying to move a 100-year-old barn here, and he's been great."

Bob said, "It's been the culmination of a life-long dream to be able to do something like this where people can come and have a good time and learn history at the same time."

Bob received a gift basket from Thanksgiving Point as well as some tickets to this weekend's tulip festival.

If you'd like to nominate someone for a High 5 you can follow the link on this page.

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