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The Coleraine Historical Society Inc.

PO BOX 53726

Colerain Twp., OH 45253

Next Meeting -            September  18    Speaker:           Shane Meeker   "History of P&G"

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The Coleraine Historical Society Inc.
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Membership

Meetings

                       

Third Wednesday of Month

6:30 - 8:30pm

 

The Coleraine Historical Society meets the third Wednesday of each month  

6:30pm                  Meet and Greet with light refreshments

7:00 – 8:00pm      Speaker/Program

                                                              Public welcome to attend Program

8:00 – 8:30pm     CHS Membership Meeting

 

 

Membership Meetings will be held at:

 

Northwest Community Church

8735 Cheviot Road in front of Colerain High School

Upcoming Meetings and Speakers

SEPTEMBER 18, 2019   

NOTE: Time Change for September Meeting

 

6:15 to 7:00pm

Meet & Greet the 4 Candidates for

COLERAIN TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE

 

Todd Allen, Kylen Peck, Matt Wahlert & Joe Wolterman

 

No speeches, just casual conversation

Light refreshments served

 

      

7:00 - 8:00pm    Speaker: Shane Meeker

 

“A History of Procter & Gamble”

 

P&G WAS FOUNDED IN 1837 BY TWO MEN WHO MET BY CHANCE.

 

William Procter, emigrating from England, established himself as a candle maker in Cincinnati, which was a busy center of commerce and industry in the early nineteenth century.     And James Gamble, arriving from Ireland, apprenticed himself to a soap maker. The two might never have met had they not married sisters Olivia and Elizabeth Norris, whose father convinced his new sons-in-law to become business partners.

 

As a result, in 1837, a bold new enterprise was born: Procter & Gamble.        

 

 

 OCTOBER 16, 2019          Chris Henson & Larry Shad

 

Update:

The Blue Rock/ Banning Toll House

 

 

Powerpoint Presentation

 

 

NOVEMBER 20, 2019            Mary Burdett

 

Open House - celebrating

The 55th Anniversary of

The Coleraine Historical Society

 

 

Invite, family and friends to join you as you walk through our  History. 

6:30 - 8:30 pm  Northwest Commuinty Church

Light Refreshments

 

Booklets commemorating our last 5 years will be on sale for  $5

Reserve yours now by emailing colerainehistorical@outlook.com

(Pay when you pick-up)

     

 

DECEMBER 4, 2019     ***First Wednesday of December           

 

Annual Society Holiday Party

 

Please email RSVP to colerainehistorical@outlook.com  

by Fri. Nov 29

 

 

JANUARY 15, 2020                 

 

NO Membership Meeting 

 (as it usually snows!)       

 

Installation ceremony for new Officers and Trustees will be at

Board Meeting on Tuesday, January 7th

 

 

FEBRUARY   19, 2020                      Program Pending

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                      

March 18, 2020                          Program Pending

 

 

MARCH MEETING              

 

There WILL be

GIRL SCOUT COOKIES

for Refreshments

 

APRIL 15, 2020                           Program Pending

 

 

 

MAY 20, 2020                             Program Pending

 

 

 

 

 

JUNE 17, 2020                              Program Pending

 

 

JULY 15, 2020                            Program Pending  

AUGUST 19, 2020          

 

What: Annual Indoor Picnic          

 

When: Wednesday, August 19, 2019  6:00 – 8:30 pm

              NOTE: Since this is Dinner, we have an earlier start time

 

Where: Northwest Community Church

 

Who: Members, their Families and invited guests

                                            

 

        By Friday, August 14th, please RSVP to email:         colerainehistorical@outlook.com 

 

 

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