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Seen on Scene: At Historic Preservation Day

Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

Tiane Marie, manager of the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum and author of “Boulder City: Past &Present,” spoke during Historic Preservation Day activities Saturday.

Cheryl Waites, at right, was on hand to answer questions about the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum during Historic Preservation Day activities inside the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Building on Saturday. In the background are Susan Kaumans, left, and Marion Hoekenga of the Boulder City Art Guild.

Area residents gathered inside the Boulder Dam Hotel to hear about the property’s history during Historic Preservation Day activities Saturday.

Cherie Anderson, left, and Judy Hoskins show off some of the custom painted roof tiles from the old water filtration plant in front of the historic building Saturday during Historic Preservation Day activities. The tiles were auctioned the following day to raise funds for the Boulder City Art Guild and Boulder City History &Arts Foundation.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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