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Come one come all!
The CHS is having its annual Labor Celebration today from 10 AM to Noon
or there about.
Hostesses will be Joan Brainard & Lois Sherwood always bringing
delightful goodies, friendly atmosphere & refreshments.
And possibly some live local music as well.
Come on out to see the new reproduction porch in the works, long missing
from the village landscape since the road was widened in the 50's.
Also come to check out Beetle Juice movie artifacts, Mary Hunter
Hollands kitchen gadget collection, The old post office sorting table &
bins from the old post office that was near the parsonage previous to
where the PO is now donated by the White Family, and old 1783 Grist Mill
Stone in the Mill Shed, artifacts from the old library previous to the
beloved one we now have, some info on Harry Hunter and his late 30's
Labor Day Parades & Celebrations, old agricultural & trades artifacts
and resource books in the three buildings now sitting on solid
foundations with good roofs and in good repair after all these years as
well as much much more!
Think of it as a mini Shelburn Museum right here in the hearth of East
We are getting closer to having this great museum open much more often
and we invite you all to not only visit, but to take part in what it is
Hope to see you in the village at the museum tomorrow!
Lets Celebrate what was once a dream come true for Engineer Harry Hunter
of The Pike Hill Mine, The Bowen Hunter Bobbin Mill, & Grand Marshall of
the once very famous East Corinth Labor Day Parade & Activities and a
Should be a great day rain or shine!
Bring your stories of old Corinth with you to share!
We welcome you!
Norm for the CHS
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