Seneca’s Faith Cabin Library to serve as a testament
The Seneca city administrator predicted a new repository of local African American history is “two-to-three months” away from being able to accommodate the first visitors. Scott Moulder spoke at the city’s annual Black History Luncheon about the project to open the Faith Cabin Library, which will enlighten visitors as to what it was like for African Americans to live in the era of segregation. Luncheon moderator Shelby Henderson stressed to the audience how unusual that for a city of its size, Seneca already has two museums: the Lunney Museum and the Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum. For that, she credits the mayor, the administrator, and the city council. Henderson implored her audience to take advantage of the museums by visiting the museums and becoming members.