Ceremonial Presentation of the Lifelong Native American Artifact Collection of Mr. Lawrence Gabric to GHS - August 13th and Local Artifact Display Night September 21st
Please join us to witness the presentation of the Lifelong Native American Artifact Collection of Mr. Lawrence Gabric to the Green Historical Society on August 13, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the historic home of Mr. Gabric's daughter, Donna Galford, 1017 Apple Ridge Road, Clinton (Green), Ohio 44216.
GHS will host an open house to allow the public to view Mr. Gabric's Collection and other collections from the GHS archives on September 21, 2015 at 7 pm at the Torok Community Center. This event is open to the public, children are encouraged, and refreshments will be served.
The members of the Green Historical Society have been invited to attend the City Council Committee Meetings next Tuesday, March 24th at 5pm at the Central Administration Building. This meeting will be an opportunity to discuss the potential future uses of the German Schoolhouse currently located near the Arlington and 619 intersection. This site will soon be the location of a new Circle K gas station and the schoolhouse will need to be moved quickly to clear this site. The GHS Board has confirmed our attendance with Chris Humphrey, Council President, and is preparing a short Power Point presentation about the historical significance of the German Schoolhouse to share at this meeting. Please note that the discussion regarding the Schoolhouse will not begin until about 5:30 pm.
All members are welcome and encouraged to attend. ALL CITIZENS OF GREEN ARE ENCOURAGED AND WELCOME TO ATTEND - THIS IS A PUBLIC MEETING. This is your opportunity to make your opinions known about the fate of the German Schoolhouse. Please consider attending and utilizing this opportunity. Please be prepared to discuss not only your thoughts regarding saving the schoolhouse but also potential reuse options that would make saving the schoolhouse a fiscally sound investment for the City of Green and/or a private organization. Thank you.
Please join us at the restored Lichtenwalter Schoolhouse to learn about early life in Green and attending school in the 1880's.
Monday, October 20, 2014 @ 7 p.m.
Lichtenwalter Schoolhouse in Boettler Park (near tennis courts)
5300 Massillon Road
Public Welcome—Kid Friendly—Bring the whole family!
We will meet at 9:15 at the Green High School parking lot to line up for the Memorial Day parade. Members and their friends and families can ride Jim St. John's hay wagon or walk along. Dress is patriotic or historic. We will hand out 2000 small flags to the crowd. The Cub Scouts will assist us in handing out flags and some of their small ones and parents will be on our wagon. Please join us if you can. We are entry number 12. Thanks.
Below is the information from Parks and Rec:
Memorial Day Parade Line-up Number: 12, Green Historical Society
Thank you for choosing to participate in the City of Green's Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 26, 2014. Please read these parade instructions thoroughly and communicate to all your parents, children, family and friends. The parade will step off at 10:00 a.m., departing from the Green High School parking lot.
Line-up for parade entries will begin at 8:00 a.m. All parade entries must enter the parade line-up site from the east drive of the high school parking lot. Parade start and end location will be the Green High School parking lot. Entry to parade line-up will be accessible only from Boettler Road. No parking will be permitted at the Middle or Intermediate Schools. To drop off an individual that is participating in the parade, please use the east side high school parking lot (from Boettler Road). Once your parade entry has traveled the entire parade route, we ask all entries to travel back to the Green High School parking lot to disburse or unload parade participants. No one will be permitted to stop in the Middle School drive or parking lot to unload; Summit County Sheriff will be on hand to keep a continuous traffic flow.
Some general parade guidelines: with the addition of two new Emergency Rooms on Massillon Road, we ask that if you hear sirens, please stop the parade progression as if you were in a vehicle. If you have children participating in the parade, we ask that they do not throw the candy like it is a baseball or a missile. We have had children watching the parade progression getting hit by flying candy as well as children running into the street to retrieve candy and almost getting hit. If you are throwing candy, please let your walkers distribute by tossing gently to parade observers. The Massillon Road route will be using the west two lanes, please throw candy to the west side spectators only.
We encourage everyone to attend the Memorial Ceremony held at the Veterans Memorial Park at 11:15 a.m.. This short Memorial Ceremony is a small way in which we can say thank you to our brave soldiers and Veterans. Join our community as we demonstrate our gratitude for the sacrifices these brave men and women make every day.
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Please check out the new 2014 Calendar. And check out our many updates to make the website more user friendly.
We are going to get together again to finish up our projects Monday, October 7th at 7 pm at the Schweikert's house. This work party will be held in place of our monthly Board meeting. Everyone is welcome - please bring small paint brushes, scissors, and a hair dryer if you have one. Snacks and beverages provided.
The Festival of Crafts Show is October 19th from 9 to 3 pm. We will need volunteers on Oct. 19th from 8 am to 3:30 pm. The Green Band Boosters Craft Show is November 2nd from 9 am to 4 pm. We will need volunteers on Nov. 2nd from 8 am to 4:30 pm. Please let me know if you are able and willing to volunteer.
Please see the following announcement from Carol Eubank regarding the Portage Lakes Historical Society 35th Anniversary Celebration:
The Portage Lakes Historical Society will meet for their 35th anniversary celebration at Craftsmen Park dining hall, 4450 Rex Lake Road on Thursday, Oct. 10, 7 p.m. Artifacts and numerous photo boards documenting the history of the Portage Lakes will be displayed.
The display will include: Historical Boat Tour Map, history and cast aluminum site sign; Portage Lakes Kiwanis Water Festival history; George Beckham’s Portage Lakes postcard collection; collection of items from Portage Lakes library, Railroad and ice house photo of Cottage Grove Lake; Goodyear Boat and Yacht Club photos, photos of Hohman’s Landing and Map brochure; Hydroplane racing boats photos & history, photos from Burch’s/Kieffer’s; Iron Channel before and after construction photos; Crooks Hotel items, history and photos ; Hackett’s Edgewater Inn photos & history; Pake’s Pharmacy soda fountain glasses & article; framed Portage Lakes pennant; Turkeyfoot Island artifacts; Anchor Boat Livery photos; Pick’s Boat house paper placemat; ice boat photo on North Reservoir, Aerial view 1972 Dusty’s Landing, Old State Mill postcard photos and decorative pin tray, Turkeyfoot Golf Course photos (Miller Lake area), Young’s Hotel and much more.
Don’t miss this outstanding display of Portage Lakes History. Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013, 7 p.m.
Light refreshments will be served. Also available for purchase will be Portage Lakes Historical Society postcards, note cards and Portage Lakes Kiwanis portagelakesopoly game.
For more info call 330-644-3748.
Our next meeting will be Monday, September 16th at 7 pm at The Schweikert's
(1261 Steese Road). We will be planning our Fall activities and (hopefully) working on some materials for the Fall craft fairs in Green.
Our calendar has been slightly modified, see new calendar on website. Our October 21st event will be at Lichtenwalter Schoolhouse and we will learn about early life and learning in Green. This will be a family friendly event.
Also, please note that Portage Lakes Historical Society will have a 35th Anniversary event on October 10th at 7pm at Craftsmen Park. More details to follow soon.
Photos are now available of the War of 1812 event on our website, click here to view photos. A belated thank you is owed to one of our long time members, Ted
Dudra, for preparing this fantastic event. Thank you and excellent job Ted! Also, thank you to Amy Nichols and Jan St. John, Ted's GHS committee members and all of Ted's many community friends who assisted us.The video of this event can be viewed by clicking here or go to http://www.erniestv.com/.
Dues are now payable. Please see the attached 2013 membership application. The financial situation of our organization has warranted cut backs in the quantity of events we have presented this year. Please consider supporting our organization so that we can continue to provide the same quantity and quality of programs that we have all become accustom to over the last several years. Thank you.
Staci Schweikert, Secretary GHS