Health Heroes of Prior Decades: Part II - Tuesday, March 29, 2022

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VIDEO - Health Heroes of Prior Decades: Part II (March 29, 2022)


VIDEO - Health Heroes of Prior Decades: Part I (August 27, 2019)


EVENT PHOTOS FROM PART II - March 29, 2022
Dr. Eric Johnsen and Dr. Stephen Seltzer

Sign from Dr. Eric Johnsen's office

Dr. Robert Gaither and Donna Gaither
Dr. Gaither was one of the doctors mentioned in the presentation

Naval Stores and the Real Tar Heels - A story about our Long Leaf Pines - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27

Billy McRae and Earl Ijames with Long Leaf Pine and Palm Tree
Pat Bramlett, Wayne Sasser, Earl Ijames
Chris Whitley, Earl Ijames, Kay  Cosgrove
Earl Ijames with young attendee
Titus & Brenda Stanback
Miriam Cranford & Ruth Cotton
Group
Planting
Planting completed

Pictures Courtesy of:
Roger Eudy, Bill McRae, and Brian Jones

SECOND SUNDAY AT THE SNUGGS HOUSE - February 13 from 2pm to 5pm

Come and tour the historic houses owned and operated by the Stanly County Historical Society. Our guest artisan, Certified Aromatherapy Specialist Shannon Thompson will provide a recipe and demonstration for homemade body scrub at 2:30 & 3:30. Valentine theme products will be available for purchase from Brave Acre Micro-Farmstead.

 


 

Indigenous Peoples Day - Sunday, October 10, 2021

The Stanly County Historical Society will also have available a selfie photo station complete with pumpkins, mums, cornstalks and hay bale set against the backdrop of the Historic Snuggs House. 
 

Second Sunday at the Historic Snuggs House and our Historic Walking Tour - Sunday, September 12, 2021

Click on the EVENT REGISTRATION tab above to register
for the Rides on the Amaz'N Blaz'N Fire Truck
{No preregistration required if you plan to walk.}
We hope you will join us! 

 

The Battle of Swift Island Bridge (Bomb Dedication & Presentation) - July 29, 2021

Online version of this presentation now available at
Bomb retrieved near Swift Island Bridge
and now at Stanly County History Center
Roger Martin, Sculptor Artist presents
the Bomb as Street Art in downtown Albemarle
Kent Harkey, President of the Stanly County Historical Society
Dedication of the Bomb

Pictures courtesy of Roger Eudy