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Volunteer appreciation banquet
The Elmore Historical Society will hold its annual volunteer appreciation banquet March 29 at 6 p.m. at the American Legion Hall in Elmore.
The banquet will include dinner and dancing, with music provided by Elmore’s “Senior Class,” a band that plays covers of the 1950s-1990s. To make an reservation, call Jen Fording at 419-509-1918.
Admission is free to everyone who volunteered during the society’s many activities held throughout the year, including caterings, the Portage River Festival, antique car shows, Grub `n Suds, Tombstone Derby and Family Holiday Festival.
Although the historical society lost its founder, Lowell Krumnow, to cancer last year, it will continue to pursue his dream of keeping Elmore at the forefront of community activities and to keep the history of Elmore alive.
Those who have volunteered at any historical society event during the past year may call Jen Fording at 419- 509-1918 to make reservations for the banquet.
New members are always welcome. Membership is $5, which is the same as it has been since the society’s inception in 1980.
The Historical Society Barn is open for rental year-round. Reserve the hall by calling Renee at 419-574-1559 or Laurie at 419-266-7429.
Retired teachers to meet
The March meeting of the Lucas County Retired Teachers Association will be held March 27 at noon at the Holiday Inn French Quarter, 10630 Fremont Pike, Perrysburg.
Guests from the Maumee Quilters Guild will be displaying examples of their work, and raffling an heirloom-quality quilt. Members are asked to bring two four-yard pieces of 100 percent cotton fabric in patriotic patterns or solid red, white or blue, which will be used to create quilts for Honor Flight Veterans.
Lunch choices include Chicken Dijon, London Broil Bordelaise or Vegetable Lasagna. Send a check for $18, payable to LCRTA, along with lunch choice to Robert Fetter, 7803 Shaftesbury, Sylvania OH 43560 by March 21.