Jeanne Penn Lane is the current owner of Penn's Store in Gravel Switch. The Penn family ownership dates to 1850. The May 2010 flood knocked the store off its foundation. Workers are restoring it and hope to finish by Oct. 8, in time for the store's annual "Great Outhouse Blowout" festival.
Jeanne Penn Lane is the current owner of Penn's Store in Gravel Switch. The Penn family ownership dates to 1850. The May 2010 flood knocked the store off its foundation. Workers are restoring it and hope to finish by Oct. 8, in time for the store's annual "Great Outhouse Blowout" festival.
Jeanne Penn Lane is the current owner of Penn's Store in Gravel Switch. The Penn family ownership dates to 1850. The May 2010 flood knocked the store off its foundation. Workers are restoring it and hope to finish by Oct. 8, in time for the store's annual "Great Outhouse Blowout" festival.

Historic Penn's Store on the rise, hopefully in time for outhouse races

September 18, 2011 12:00 AM

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