The Thomaston Upson Archives is always involved in some activity; whether it is interesting research, eye pleasing exhibits, exciting guests or even tours and presentations. Recently we had a visit from a local Boy Scout troop and Director Penny Cliff amazed and astonished them with activities regarding artifacts found from the Battle of Kennesaw, while providing them with entertaining and mind stimulating activities. After which, the Scouts then enjoyed a tour of Historic Downtown Thomaston, where they were able to measure one of the first Cannonballs fired at Fort Sumter while hearing Mrs. Cliff’s expansive knowledge about the town and the historic piece of history. Search far and wide, and one will not find a tour guide as knowledgeable and entertaining as Penny Cliff; as she will amaze the group with phenomenal information and provides them with the enjoyment not found anywhere else on the Globe. This is only one of many tours Director Penny Cliff has given and be on the lookout for many more.