Monday, March 2, 2009

The Grey County Historian

The Grey County Historian is the newsletter of the Society. Up to this year, it has been published three times a year. As a cost saving move, we are going to two newsletters this year.

Most issues are about 40 pages in length. Each issue has news about what is happening in the Society with reviews of the meetings and events at the local museums. Each issue has several articles .

The web site currently has the table of contents for the current year. The plan is to also add this information for past issues.

There are articles about past and current history of the County. Here is a listing from the last issue to give you an idea of the variety in each issue.

March 2009, issue no. 21

The President's page by Tom Cole

Stories from our past by Al Morrow

The Society makes its debut on the Internet by Janet Iles

G.C.H.S. forthcoming meetings

A crystal ball for Meaford by Andrew Armitage

I remember when . . . by Rodger Renton

G.C.H.S. meetings -- November 2008 Early telephones in Canada & Grey County reviewed by Paula Niall

The Grey County Historical Society's new logo by Paula Niall

Comparative prices from 1903 by Viola C. Bothwell

H.M.S. Jervis Bay by Peter Vaughan

Where are the children? by Paula Niall [Review of the Art exhibition and the opening event of the show at Tom Thomson Art Gallery]

Grey Roots upcoming programs G.C.H.S. member news

Owen Sound museums upcoming programs

Planned giving and the Grey County Historical Society ensuring preservation of the Society through your last will and testament

The next issue will be printed in September. If you have any articles to submit, send them to Editor AT greycountys DOT ca by the 1st of September

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