Monroe Historical Society to host the Harvest Dinner

October 30th, 2009    Author: Staff Report    Filed Under: Community

As Pilgrims celebrated with a feast of Thanksgiving to God for their bountiful harvests so did the early settlers and their families.

The Monroe Township Historical Society continues this tradition by hosting their annual Harvest Homecoming Dinner on Thursday evening Nov. 12 at the Grant Career Center in Bethel.

Prepared by Chef Ray Forsee and his culinary students, this full course meal will be served at 6:15 p.m.  Doors open at 5:30 pm so guests may enjoy the different historical displays as well as renew old friendships.

"Our primary purpose is to promote this township, the birthplace of two famous generals, U.S. Grant and Henry Clark Corbin," says Libbie Bennett, Chair of the Board. "The main item on our menu is history and our rich heritage."

Reservations are required and the price of a ticket is $ 12.50 per person.

The last day to make reservations is Monday, Nov. 9. Contact one of the following Board members to make a reservation: Tom Wildey, Greg Roberts, David Kunz or Linda McKinley. For more information call (513) 553-4730 or (513) 553-2723.
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