Vienna Historical Society Meeting – October 26, 2010 – 7:00
Agenda and discussions:
Membership – Michelle Garman mailing out approximately 10 letters to
explain what happened with money/checks.Cemetery
Walk – Discussed the following:
– Cemetery Walk Tickets
– Merchandise Sales
– Paid to A Graphic Imprint for Merchandise
Fundraiser – Discussed the following:
merchandise at entrance and exit
how often tours would start
Walk – Civil War Theme
in ground at cemetery: line best
path between sites
“not handicap accessible” in publications to promote event
weeds back in some areas
let a group join a tour already in progress
that are longer than 15 minutes should be split up
who is a VHS member by nametags, pins, shirts, etc.
map of walk to pass out
chairs in a waiting area to sit between tours
refreshments up closer to tour entrance
handouts with information to each participant
Rosary asked that we not put flyers on cars of those attending their
services. Few at Vienna
Presbyterian Church did not appreciate this being done also – was
Anzur will send letters of appreciate to Music Boosters, Girl Scouts, Mr.
Miller and students that participated from Mathews, Vienna Trustees,
Copper Penny Lodge and Fire Chief Rich Brannon.
approved by consensus to reimburse Vienna Township for the lock that was
cut off at the cemetery.
Pegg is working on Hull House historical marker and has received
information from Mark FinamorePhil
Pegg suggested that the November Meeting be a program of audience
participation similar to the tornado discussion. Michelle
Garman would like to put something together to thank Lauren Worona for her help in the Cemetery Walk.Elections
will be held at the November 30, 2010 meetingDecember
– No meeting will be held.
- Mugs: Redo the Mathews mug to a line drawing
and put Vienna School on it. Make
mugs with Mathews on it that shows the addition with year. Do a series of mugs with a new design
introduced every 6 months.
Tasting – Possibly to be held at Vienna Fish & Game or Four Season
Club House. Donna Jean Schieffer
said her daughter works for a winery and could maybe come up and handle
this. Michelle Garman said she had
been a bartender and could contribute to this. She would get information.
Submitted by Vicki Anzur, Secretary