||community and was continued for several years, but more time and space were needed for the dropped. Today this building still serves a dual purpose. While it houses a successful small ever hope for. Friends and relatives bask in especially the grandchildren. They think it' s about the greatest thing this side of heaven. So you see, my rough-sawn native pine rafters and floor joists, though nearly 100 years old, still hear music, the conversations Milburn stone quarry foundation rocks still hear an occasional sigh of fatigue. And my sweet aromas of the changing seasons and most of the other smells that crowd my memory bank, as well as the tantalizing odors that drift from the kitchen. While many changes have things change very little. The couple who have called me "Home" for cherish my heritage as they do their own. They are descendants of those hardy founding fathers who helped plant my roots. Mr. Vance has been teachings, both academic and spiritual, began within my walls as the Old Milburn School and Even though my history goes back a century and holds many memories, I think I kind of like being a part of this modern age!