Sunday dinner with the Greenfield Historical Society


From staff reports



Anthony Gibbs presented a program to the Greenfield fifth graders in October. The Greenfield Historical Society’s fundraisers funded this program was funded along with the help of the Buckskin and Rainsboro PTOs.


Jim and Gloria Losey volunteered during a work session of the society’s ongoing project of restoring the Old Burying Ground. Here they clean the tombstone of John Thompson, a beloved teacher in Greenfield during the years before the Civil War.


Greenfield Historical Society will be holding their first Sunday Dinner of the year this Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016.

The meal will be held at the Grain & Hay building and consist of roast pork loin with applesauce, green beans, potato, brownie sundae, bread and drinks.

Waiters and waitresses will be serving guests from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on real plates, silverware and linen. All this for just $10, no tipping.

This is the first of three Sunday Dinners the society will be holding this winter. The next two will be baked barbecue chicken on Feb. 7 and smoked ham on March 6.

Proceeds from the Sunday dinners go towards utility bills and maintenance of the various buildings of the society.

Come on down after church and have a great meal, visit with friends and support the Greenfield Historical Society.

Anthony Gibbs presented a program to the Greenfield fifth graders in October. The Greenfield Historical Society’s fundraisers funded this program was funded along with the help of the Buckskin and Rainsboro PTOs.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Photo-1.jpgAnthony Gibbs presented a program to the Greenfield fifth graders in October. The Greenfield Historical Society’s fundraisers funded this program was funded along with the help of the Buckskin and Rainsboro PTOs.

Jim and Gloria Losey volunteered during a work session of the society’s ongoing project of restoring the Old Burying Ground. Here they clean the tombstone of John Thompson, a beloved teacher in Greenfield during the years before the Civil War.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Photo-2.jpgJim and Gloria Losey volunteered during a work session of the society’s ongoing project of restoring the Old Burying Ground. Here they clean the tombstone of John Thompson, a beloved teacher in Greenfield during the years before the Civil War.

From staff reports

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