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Volume XXIII
Number 1
23 East Main Street • PO Box 176 • Le Roy, New York 14482
Jan. 1, 20 ___ - Dec. 31, 20 ___
Family. ...............................30.00
Individual or Sen. Cit.........20.00
Life (Individual)...............350.00
Enclosed is an additional
contribution of:
Please make checks payable to the
“LeRoy Historical Society”
Mail to:
LeRoy Historical Society
23 East Main Street, PO Box 176
Le Roy, NY 14482-0176
Historic Dinner
Auction March 10
This year’s annual Dinner Auction
will celebrate the upcoming Town
of LeRoy’s Bicentennial. Tickets are
available now for $40 per person. The
Silent Auction and cash bar with ap-
petizers will be open from 5 until 6.
Dinner will be served at 6 followed by
the always-entertaining auction, un-
der the guidance of the Kent family.
This year the menu reflects the pio-
neer fare on the frontier. Sean and
the D&R Depot will be serving their
famous chicken potpie followed by a
delicious glazed gingerbread for des-
sert. Call 768-7433 to reserve tickets.
LHS Welcomes Life
Kermit Arrington, longtime mem-
ber and generous donor and Larry
Boylan, lawyer and historian. Their
names will be engraved on a brass
plaque and added to the Life Mem-
bers list near the front door of LeRoy
House. Their membership will be
added to the endowment fund.
Membership Drive
The Historical Society is in themidst
of the annual membership drive. Just
a reminder to renew your member-
ship, or you might be interested in
giving a membership to a family
Also, commemorative member-
ships have been extended to mem-
bers of the Town Board during the
Bicentennial year.
The destination of this year’s spring
trip is Sauder Village just a short way
from Toledo. The motor coach will
leave on Tuesday May 1. Accommo-
dationswill be at the Sauder Heritage
jacent to
the muse-
inc luded
with the
room res-
There is a
lovely in-
door pool
and exer-
cise room.
N e a r b y
Barn Res-
t a u r a n t ”
where we
will have dinner on Tuesday night.
On Tuesday evening, we are invited
to attend the opening members-on-
ly preview of the annual quilt show,
with over 400 quilts on display.
The next morning, after breakfast
Spring Trip, Sauder Village, Ohio
we will meet with museum staff to
learn about the background of Sau-
der Village and their plans for the fu-
ture. Wednesday will include a day at
the Village, with a side trip for those
who are interested, to a large antique
mall just down the road. Later in the
after noon we will leave for a wine
tasting at a local winery and a quick
visit to a nearby chocolate shop. Din-
ner is scheduled at a wonderful res-
taurant in downtown Arhbold, Stella
Blue. Thursday morning will include
a visit to a nearby meat market (bring
a cooler to bring things home) Also
on the way back to the interstate, we
will stop at a Christmas shop. Cost
of the trip is a very reasonable $375.
Please call as soon as possible if you
are interested in this trip.
Stoney RidgeWinery.