Historical Society meeting held Monday

The Moniteau County Historical Society met Monday, July 8, at the Cultural Heritage Center. Vice President David Jungmeyer conducted the business meeting in the absence of the president Pam Green. The minutes of the previous meeting were reviewed and approved by the group. The treasurer's report was circulated and approved with the project building expenses defined.

The chair called for committee reports beginning with the Genealogy Library. James Albin reported a family from Pennsylvania had been in researching family history. Richard Schroeder reported children from the Active Learning Center had visited the museum and had shown a great deal of interest. He also reported members from the Miller County Historical Society would be visiting the museum July 16. Membership chairperson Carole Schroeder stated a new member from the group visiting from Tebbitts had joined the society.

Jim Martin reported the railing would be needed at the site of the new sidewalk. Nancy Martin reported the plans for the ice cream social to be held Saturday, July 13, at the center.

Bryan Wolford reported on the placement of the Civil War plaque at Proctor Park. It was voted to purchase a space for the Ham and Turkey Festival.

Members toured the new addition.

The next meeting will be Aug. 12, at 7:30 p.m.


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