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                       Christmas Events



                      26th Annual Christmas Dinner


                                     Friday Evening, December 5, 2014,

           beginning at 6:00 P.M. in the Meigs County Museum Annex.

  Variety of Appetizers, Delicious Main Course, Fabulous Array of Desserts

                                             All for a $15.00 per person

Reservations should be made by Wednesday-December 3 - 740-992-3810

The Modern Woodmen of America Insurance Company is providing a $1250.00 matching grant  to the Meigs County Historical Society.   It is vitally important that we have a good turnout and support for our Christmas events  to ensure we raise our match. Monetary donations appreciated. 

                         Breakfast with Santa

Saturday, December 13, 2014
9:00 - 11:00 A.M.
Meigs County Museum Annex
All You Can Eat
Scrambled Eggs, Pancakes, Sausage & Toast
$6.00 Adults - $3.00 Children Under 12
Craft for the children

             "One More Time to Get Together in 2014"

                             New Year's Breakfast                

                     Saturday, December 27, 2014
                                9:00 - 11:00 A.M.
                     Meigs County Museum Annex

                                         All You Can Eat 
           Sausage Gravy and Biscuits, Hash Browns, Fruit Salad
                        Juice, Milk, Hot Chocolate and Coffee
                       $6.00 Adults - $3.00 Children Under 12
  Reservations should be made by Wednesday, December 24, 2014
  This is the scheduled event for Modern Woodmen matching funds.


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     Meigs County Historical Society & Museum       





This was called "Dead Man's Curve" located at intersection of SR's 7 and 124.

 

  

The Peacock Coal Company at Forest Run and the Mining Village.



Courthouse before mid-1870's. Built in the 1840's.  Pomeroy home behind.


The Museum has a large collection of photographs and is appreciative of any that are donated.  A wonderful way to preserve and tell the early history.



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