Alger Sullivan Event August 10
Posted: 08/07/2013
Author: Century Chamber

The Alger-Sullivan Historical Society is planning a Gospel Singing, a Collectors' Day, and an awards lunch for the crew that reassembled Old 100 - all on August 10, 2013.

The public is invited to bring their collection of anything that they would like to show, sell, or swap.  There is no fee, just come and set up your table and display.

Displays that we know are to be there include Bert Black and his Whittlers, Mike Brock and his knives, Kim and Dickie Laney with a mixed bag of their collections, Jerry Fischer, Jr. and bottles, Don Sales with his stamp collection, and several others.

Singers include David Smith from Century first Baptist Church, the Ray’s Chapel group consisting of Bobby Holland and brothers Henry and Daniel Leonard.

If you have a church choir or a group and would like to participate in the gospel singing, call Jerry Fischer at 850-256-3980 for more information. There's no charge to take part in the events.

There will be a special recognition of the Warren Crew who did such a great job reassembling the steam locomotive Old 100. 

Hotdogs and cold drinks will be on hand and a fish fry for lunch.  We have lots of books of local history to be had, too.

Of course, the museums will be available for tours and donations may be made to help support the work of the Alger Sullivan Historical Society.

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Information provided to courtesy of Jerry Fischer.