The Clyde Savannah Public Library donated their old public voting booth to the Galen Historical Society. Several members helped move the voting booth to its new home at the Mill Museum on Saturday April 8th. Wilson Martin, of Wilson & Marsha Trailer Service, Glasgow St., Clyde, helped lift it onto, and off of, the back of a pick up truck using their skiff loader. The Galen Historical Society is currently planning to use the voting machine in the new Retail section at the Mill Museum. The Mill Museum will be open for visits on Saturday mornings this summer. We want to thank Wilson Martin, Darryl Bailey, Alan Stirpe, Beth Bailey, Gregory Bailey, and Jim Darnell for helping us move the voting booth, and the Clyde Savannah Public Library for donating it to us.