Historical society offering Sunday Dinner


Anthony Gibbs, shown here pointing his index finger toward students, presented a program to the fifth graders in the Greenfield School District in October. The Greenfield Historical Society’s fundraisers funded this program along with the help of the Buckskin and Rainsboro PTOs.


Greenfield Historical Society will hold its second Sunday Dinner of the year Sunday, Feb. 7. The meal will be held at the Grain & Hay building and the menu will be baked barbecue chicken breast, broccoli slaw, roasted potatoes, choice of vegetable, apple crisp, bread and drinks.

Waiters and waitresses will serve guests from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on real plates, silverware and linen. The cost is $10 per dinner and no tipping is requested.

This is the second of three Sunday Dinners the society is holding this winter. The last one will feature smoked ham on March 6. Proceeds from the Sunday dinners go toward various programs, utility bills and maintenance of the buildings the historical society owns.

“Come on down after church and have a great meal, visit with friends, and support the Greenfield Historical Society,” GHS President Harold Schmidt said.

Submitted by Harold Schmidt.

Anthony Gibbs, shown here pointing his index finger toward students, presented a program to the fifth graders in the Greenfield School District in October. The Greenfield Historical Society’s fundraisers funded this program along with the help of the Buckskin and Rainsboro PTOs.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Sunday-dinner-pic.jpgAnthony Gibbs, shown here pointing his index finger toward students, presented a program to the fifth graders in the Greenfield School District in October. The Greenfield Historical Society’s fundraisers funded this program along with the help of the Buckskin and Rainsboro PTOs.
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