|Charlotte Maness played patriotic songs|
|Scouts Ellison McDow and James Horton presented the Colors|
|Speaker Lewis Bramlett and Tech Guy Andrew Bramlett|
|Charlotte Maness and|
Historical Society Education Committee member Pat Bramlett
|Attendees to the program|
|Special snacks provided after the program|
If These Graves Could Speak .... Stories of Notable Residents of the Pee Dee Cemetery - Sunday, October 16, 2022 at 2pm
Peeler - Wesley Chapel member & event host|
|Rev. Kris Mares - Wesley Chapel Minister|
|Kay Cosgrove Introducing the Speaker|
|Aaron Kepley, Speaker & Rowan County Historian|
|Above Ground Mining|
|Aaron Kepley, Speaker & Joyce Lambert, Historical Society Board Member|
|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|
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.
The first Stanly County Historical Society presentation for 2022 is a look at the Guardian ad Litem program. According to the nccourts.gov website, this valuable resource equips community volunteers to serve abused and neglected children by advocating for their best interests in court.
Click on the VIDEOS tab at the top to watch two videos about this very important resource found in communities throughout North Carolina.