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Platte County
Historical & Genealogical Society
Established 1945

P.O. Box 103
Platte City, MO 64079-0103
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Ben Ferrel Museum Special Events


SPECIAL PHOTO DISPLAY AT MUSEUM
Historical Photos of Significant Events

Take a 100 year tour of Platte County through photographs now on display at the Ben Ferrel Platte County Museum, 220 Ferrel Street, Platte City, MO. This is the third and final special display the museum has presented as a part of the 175th Platte County celebration.

Photos of floods, fires, destruction of a historic building, families, businesses, schools, etc. are being shown. Also photos of the museum during the restoration in 1980 are being shown.

Regular museum tours times are Thursday and Friday, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., or groups by appointment. Tour fees: Adults $5, children $1, members of the Platte County Historical Society free. For more information contact the Museum at 1-816-431-5121 or Betty Soper at 816-805-1112.

FALL DINNER IS PLANNED

Did you miss out on most of the celebratory events held during Platte County's 175th Anniversary celebration this year? Well, you aren't out of luck if you did . . . and if you got to some of them, you can see what went on with the rest of them!

Don't miss the Platte County Historical Society's Fall Dinner on Sunday, October 26. It begins with social time at 12:30 and will be held in the South Cafeteria of the Platte County High School. A delicious dinner with roast beef and all of the trimmings, including bite-size desserts, will be served by Anna Cooper. There will be the usual "business meeting" (it will be short) and presentation of the Betty Soper Award and lunch will be enjoyed prior to heading over to the high school Wilson Auditorium for the program.

There will be displays representing each event from the 175th Anniversary Celebration, not to mention Platte County Art on display. Then we'll head into the Wilson Auditorium for Platte County Music by the Parkville and Platte City Community Bands. It will be culminated by the presentation of a special composition, honoring our 175th Anniversary, composed by Platte County's own Michael Anderson.

To top it off, there will be a cake reception at intermission, and, if you choose, you can stay to hear the Platte City Jazz Band. Don't miss this fun event celebrating 175 years in Platte County! Look for your invitation in the mail soon for more information and reservation form.

Platte County 175th Anniversary Events



Platte County 175th Anniversary Book




Matthew Silber and Phil Schroeder, PCHS President, with the first copy of Platte County History Illustrated, a new book authored by Matthew. It is loaded with great original images !!! Order a copy !!



Current News and Events




New officers and directors for the Platte County Historical and Genealogical Society were installed at the Spring Dinner Meeting on Sunday, April 27, 2014. Left to Right are: John Pottie, Lynn Cassity, Jim Kunce, Julie Wallis, Sue Hurd, Laverne Taulbee, Ann Jones, Betty Soper, Ken Klamm, Martha Noland, Alan York, and Phil Schroeder. For a full list of officers and directors, see the About Us page.


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