Museum without a home...
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Many Moab residents may remember fondly the Hollywood Stuntmen’s Hall of Fame when it inhabited the building that is now the Moab Arts and Recreation Center. John Hagner, a life long stuntman, brought the Hall of Fame to Moab, where it could tell the story of the men and women who give movies their punch.

The Hall of Fame closed its doors in Moab in 1996 and was shipped to Washington state. However, despite plans to open, the Stuntmen’s Hall of Fame has remained closed. Now, 14 years later, the collection has returned to Moab and needs a home.

The Stuntmen’s Hall of Fame is looking for a new space to display their collection and we need Moab’s help. Please help us open up this great museum again in our community.

—Travis Schenck

Moab

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