Centennial Certificates for descendants of East Hillsborough County Pioneers who resided in the area in 1902 or earlier were presented on PIONEER DAY, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2002. The following descendants were recognized for their pioneers:
Dorothy F. Conner Manley, Cassandra R. Manley and Charis N. Manley for Pioneer John Michael Wechter; Harry Jeffcoat, Rebecca Jeffcoat Mitchell and Ryan Mitchell for Pioneer Myrtice Speir Jeffcoat Clarke; Nedine Swilley Sims for Pioneer Reason Swilley; William Duffee Dudley, Donna Jean Dudley Weaver, Suzann Carol Dudley Wade, James Edward Dudley and William Kelly Dudley for Pioneers Alexander Campbell Dudley, Martha Jane Watkins Dudley and Stephens Watkins Dudley.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL and THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE CENTENNIAL FAMILY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM. PIONEER DAY BAKE SALE The Archives Center 's Annual Bake Sale at PIONEER DAY was a huge success. The PIONEER DAY BAKE SALE supports the operation of the Archives Center. We raised $228.00...thank you. We appreciate your support. SACRED HARP SINGING WORKSHOP Music was in the air on Pioneer Day! The workshop for Sacred Harp Singing was a great success. Thanks to the leadership of Floyd & Pat Bennett. Keep watching for more of the same . . . if you would like to be on the mailing list, please let us know. "PLANT CITY THROUGH THE YEARS" . . . The notebooks of many years of research by Elizabeth Branch Cloen and Jack Cloen are available for researchers' use in the Archives Center. The long time history of Plant City's families and businesses and streets are profiled in this work. We certainly appreciate the Cloen's many years of research and the gift of their work to the Archives Center. HOLIDAY CLOSING DATES THE ARCHIVES WILL BE CLOSED JULY 1ST - 6TH