Dear TAHS Members (and future members!),
Please enjoy the latest TAHS newsletter, which you can download by clicking on the link below:
We encourage you to read the newsletter in full, but if you insist on the short version:
- The President’s Report highlights a successful year, both fiscally and by meeting our mission through programming, partnerships, and internships
- Our May program featured three speakers, talking about their favorite local history stories
- See our slate of upcoming monthly history programs!
- Reports from the Treasurer and Membership Committee Chair shows the strength of our organization. Go Team!
- Our Archives is always adding, cataloging, and working to meet your research needs. We can’t do this work without volunteers!
- Preservation Corner, a new feature debuted in our Spring newsletter, details some exciting opportunities for preserving the foundations of the Hitchcock/Goodale Farmhouse, as well as the other projects on our minds.
- Learn more about Oakwood Cemetery in Richard Fidler’s beautifully written piece, A City of the Dead
- Catch the dates for our end-of-the-year tours! You know our Halloween Tours fill up fast!
- See a list of volunteer projects and consider joining us!
- Read all about an upcoming event at the Perry Hannah House, taking place on Sunday, September 9th!
Special thanks to Bill Ruesink from the TAHS Board for his exceptional work as Newsletter Editor.