The Clay County Clerk’s Office, Historical Archives, Ridgeview High Drama Program, Historical Society and many community volunteers were thrilled at the turn-out for their first-ever Tales from the Clink event held last week in Green Cove Springs.
Hundreds of community members, young and old alike, came out to see what the event was all about – and how scary true-life crime stories ripped from the pages of Clay County history might be.
For a look at local media coverage of the event, click here. We appreciate the Clay Today and the Neighbor to Neighbor newspapers coming out to see the event and sharing the information with the public.
The Clerk’s Office goal is to partner with other local organizations to open the eyes of citizens to the many resources available at the Historical Archives and related programs at the Historic Triangle.
In addition to several annual events, like Tales from the Clink, the location also regularly hosts school groups for tours, teachers groups for training and is the home of Teen Court, the Clay History Museum and the TAPS Monument honoring local military veterans.
For more information on tours and events, call (904) 371-0027.