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On guard for military history

Volunteers Bill Rowbottom, left, and Dick Reynolds look over a rebuilt carburetor for a 1951 army jeep at the Ashton Garrison Museum.  - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Volunteers Bill Rowbottom, left, and Dick Reynolds look over a rebuilt carburetor for a 1951 army jeep at the Ashton Garrison Museum.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

Volunteers Bill Rowbottom, left, and Dick Reynolds look over a rebuilt carburetor for a 1951 army jeep at the Ashton Garrison Museum.

The duo fix many of the antique army vehicles and are looking for volunteers with mechanical know-how.

For more information, stop by the museum at 724 Vanalman Ave. Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday 9 a.m. to noon, phone 250 363-8346 or check out ashtonarmymuseum.com.

 

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