4:00 p.m. Social Time
4:30 p.m. Speakers
October 1 October is National Family History Month.
Valerie Ogren President of Greene County Genealogical Society
“Find Your Family History”-
Where to Begin, – How to Organize
Roger Aegerter, Director of Greene County Historical Museum
“Nathanael Greene – Namesake of Greene County”
Nathanael Greene was George Washington’s main strategist during the American Revolution. His decisions & actions were pivotal to the establishment of the United States. His leadership saved the Continental Army twice during the war, possibly saving the birth of the United States.
Alicia VanCannon from ACCESS
“October is Domestic Violence Month”
She works with domestic violence victims here in Greene County and will explain what ACCESS stands for & what it does for our community.
Brad Riphagen, Trees Forever Field Coordinator
“Trees, Emerald Ash Borer”
Not here yet but it is coming, what should you be doing, & other tree concerns
Donna Badding-Fleener, Prevention Consultant, New Opportunities
“Substance Abuse in Our Communities”
Donna will share alcohol and drug prevention & awareness & what is being seen in the community; the peer pressure that goes along with substance abuse among the youth & how adults can help.
Please come anytime speakers answer questions till 5:30 or later
5:30 p.m. Supper
At Trinity Lutheran Church, 801 West Lincoln Way