Dear Friends, Along with other historical societies, we feel the need to stabilize our current membership and en-courage new memberships. Our small committee is composed of Bernice and Jack Wallenhorst andSue Hodge. They faithfully maintain our membership list, handle the financial re-cords, and send correspondence. Sue is a busy volunteer at Genesee Country Mu-seum, but will return in October to manage our business memberships. Businessmembers are our partners in sharing the history of Greece, NY with our community and deserve our support. As a reminder aid, we will be notifying all members of their upcoming expiration
dates. We don’t want you to miss receiving our great newsletter, The Corinthian.We value your membership, too. Without you the town of Greece wouldn’t have a great museumand popular programs the second Tuesday of the month. This year’s programs will be even betterthan the previous ones, if that’s possible. ( See President Bill Sauers’ column for that information.)
You are special! We need you
the community needs us.
From the Desk of the Executive Director “
Please support our current business members and affiliates
We want to thank them for their support:
Long Pond Auto Body;
Hose 22 Firehouse Grill; Sarah R. Taylor; Wolfert-Butler Agency; Long Pond Family Restaurant; Vay, Schleich and MeesonFuneral Home, Brook House Restaurant; Greece Chamber of Commerce
Presently there are 30 life members. Thank you for your support.
Coming January 11, 2011 Greece Town Hall 7:00 p.m.
"The Women in George Eastman's Life"
This program will highlight a variety of women who influenced George Eastman beginning with his mother, his niece Ellen Dryden, lady friends, Josephina Dickman & Mary Mulligan & his secretary for 42 years Alice K. Whiting Hutchison.
Ms Connor is the curator of the George Eastman House & George Eastman Legacy Collection