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Small towns in Fox Valley work to preserve their community's past

9:34 AM, Dec. 2, 2013
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Bill Collar is a familiar face often seen at the Seymour Community Museum.

The retired history teacher may be recognizable to some in the role of Charlie Nagreen, the hamburger inventor he portrayed for years at the city's annual hamburger celebration. But it's his behind-the-scenes role as president of the Seymour Community Historical Society that keeps Collar fully immersed in small-town history.

Collar, who relinquished the Charlie role a couple of years ago, is fully aware of the importance of embracing history and the significance it plays in rural communities. ...

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