LeRoy Historical Society - page 1

Volume XXV Number 1
23 East Main Street • Le Roy, New York 14482
Mount Vernon.
Arlington Cemetery.
Capitol building, Senate wing on left.
Capitol rotunda.
Mt.Vernon Mill.
Spring Trip to
Mount Vernon &
Washington, DC
Scheduled for April 14-17
Bedore Tours has reserved a motor-
coach for our trip with accommoda-
tions in Chantilly, Virginia. Tours in-
clude Mount Vernon - Washington’s
home on the Potomac, the new Mill
and Distillery and Arlington Ceme-
tery, a special tour of the Senate wing
of the US Capitol and a visit with our
old friend Henry Clay, as well as a spe-
cial tour of the rotunda that is under
restoration. There will be plenty of
free time to catch museums on the
Mall. If you are interested in joining
us and need additional information,
give a call to the office at 768-7433 or
March 1st
Dinner Auction
Join us again, for the annual Din-
ner Auction. This year, in conjunc-
tion with the upcoming exhibit “Let’s
Play” we’ll be hosting Miss Scarlett,
Professor Plum, Mrs. Peacock, Mr.
Green, and Mrs.White. They will have
clues to the murder mystery that
will be going on during the evening.
You’ll have to discover the murder
weapon and uncover the clues to
where the murder took place.
There will also be an opportunity
to buy the ever popular $20 enve-
lopes during dinner. Each envelope
contains a gift certificate, or gift card
worth at least $20. And after dinner,
forty special items will be auctioned
with the help of Kent Auctioneers -
- always a good time with plenty of
surprises. Tickets are $40 per person.
Reserved seating is available on a
first-come basis.
The dinner is being catered by D & R
Depot. The menu this year includes
scrabble soup, cribbage salad,“game
dinner” of porterhouse steak and
salmon, and tic-tac-toe cake. The
cash bar and auction preview (and
game play) begins at 5:00. Dinner at
6:00. Call early and reserve your tick-
ets or if you have something to do-
nate for the auction, 768-7433.
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