By Margaret Moshier
A busy summer has passed into history. Our Pleasant Valley Meeting House concerts were delightful and well attended. Thank you for supporting our programs.
When the weather turned so cold a little while ago, an outdoor lakeside wedding moved into our P.V. Church. Beautiful!
Shavertown Day was successful. We met with dishes to pass and companionship. Good food, good people, good time! Join us next year at PVMH on Labor Day weekend around noon for a repeat performance.
Volunteer Appreciation Day was held on October 10 with sandwiches, cookies and beverages for all. The pleasant luncheon was a way to say “Thank You” to all our volunteers, especially Thrift Shop and Community Day people.
Our Soup & Bread night will happen on December 5 after the Tree Lighting and Santa’s arrival. Anyone with a good soup or bread recipe – make a pot or bake a loaf, bring it along to the Hunting Tavern and share an evening with friends and neighbors.
A small group from Stamford Central School visited the Hunting Tavern Museum, the site location on Dingle Hill and our old Railroad Depot for a look at our Anti-Rent War history. Bill Piervincenzi was their very able guide. Thank you Ms Eklund, Bill and students.
We need ASHC Board of Directors members. We meet the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm at the Hunting Tavern to plan events and run our society. If anyone is interested in joining us, leave a message at 676-3775. Also feel free to leave ideas for future programs.
We have several copies of J. Hamm’s book Rails Along the East Branch for sale; $30 at the Gift Shop.
We have suspended this year’s General Fall Meeting, normally held in October. Too many of us are involved in too many organizations and doing (or trying to do) too many things. We just didn’t give this meeting enough input. As president, I take full responsibility and humbly apologize. We will try to make up for this error in the spring. ~
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