Community Historical Society, P.O. Box 12, Smithville, OH 44677
Phone: 330 669-9308
Last updated 25 Sep 2015
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EXPLORING FAITH IN HISTORY
program presented by the Smithville Community Historical Society, on
Sunday Evening October 4, 2015 also October 11, 18, & 25 at 7:00 P.M. at the Historic Church of
God at 147 N. Milton St., Smithville. This is a study of how the
faith of our founding fathers and the women behind them played a
pivotal role in establishing this new nation and continues. Does
faith continue to be a factor in our society?
program is based on the television series, ‘Faith in History’
hosted by Bill Federer a Christian historian and lecturer. We will
experience a half hour lecture followed by discussion. Faith
in History may be viewed Monday thru Friday at 6:30 P.M. on TCT-TV,
Dish Network #47 and is also available on ‘tct.tv”. Bring your study Bible, notebook, cell phone, and a copy of the U.S.
The Annual Smithville Community Historical Society Picnic will be held on Monday, October 5 at 5:30 P.M. at the farm of Rex and Diane Miller at 8764 Leichty Road, Smithville. Bring a covered dish to share and table service, beverage will be furnished.
We will have a brief
business meeting. Roger Scott of
the Orrville Railroad Heritage Society will make a presentation on the “history
of our local railroads.”
October is Apple Butter Month
On Saturday, October 17 Open House from 1:30 to 4 P.M. will be
our traditional open fire apple butter stirring which will take place at the
“Pioneer Village.” We will have a special exhibit of “Toys created by Donald
Irvin”. The collection will be on display at the reception center and The
Irvin’s will be on hand to answer questions about the toys they created here in Wayne County. Of course our craftsmen and weavers will be on hand to
demonstrate their trades. Our “Village Pottery,” is creating new designs for the
upcoming holiday seasons.
The Dedication service for the Veterans Memorial in Smithville will be held on Saturday, November 14, 2014 The ceremony will take place at 2 P.M. next to the Mishler Weaving Mill, 381 E. Main St., Smithville, Ohio. Please enter the park west of Smithville Brethren Church. The Smithville High School Band in uniform will perform; 555th Honors Detachment of Wayne County will be on hand. A dedication Choir formed from Smithville area churches will perform. All local veterans organizations will be represented. Rolling Thunder motorcycle chapter will be there, and a Flyover of civilian planes is planned. For further information or clarification contact Dana Keirstead at 330-669-2514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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