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Post Bulletin
     June 6, 2018      #22-156 PB1
 
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Rollingstone Luxembourg Heritage Museum was built in 1899-1900. Tom Weber/weber@postbulletin.com
A long and storied history

By Tom Weber
weber@postbulletin.com


ROLLINGSTONE — When Sally Lettner was a girl in the 1950s and 1960s in Rollingstone, she hardly knew anyone who wasn’t of Luxembourgish heritage.

“The town was 99 percent Luxembourg and Catholic when I was growing up,” said Lettner, who graduated from high school in Rollingstone in 1967.

Things have changed a bit since then, said Ginny Lehnertz, who has lived in Rollingstone all her life. “A lot of the elderly people have left and some of the new people who have come in are not of that descent,” she said.

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Tom Weber