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Meeting Information
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The Baxter County Historical and Genealogical Society meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month

to conduct business and enjoy an informative and interesting presentation from a guest speaker.

Special meetings are occasionally held at other locations.
Announcements regarding special meetings
will be made in The Baxter Bulletin, on KTLO, and posted on this website.


Our Meeting for

December 20, 2016


 

Meeting Time

6:00 p.m.

At the
Heritage Center

808 S. Baker Street

 

NOTE THE CHANGE

IN MEETING TIME

AND LOCATION

FOR DECEMBER!

     It's almost Christmas, and as usual our December meeting will be our annual Christmas party. There will be a few quick business items such as making the election of officers for 2017 official.
 
     The party will be on Tuesday, December 20, at 6:00 p.m. at the Heritage Center, 808 S. Baker Street. Note that the date is the third Tuesday of the month, not the fourth.
 
     Please bring a nice gift of around $10 value for our gift exchange, and something for the carry-in dinner.

Except for December and April, our monthly meetings are held

In the Knox Room of The Donald W. Reynolds Library
Serving Baxter County, at 300 Library Hill. The meeting is free
and everyone is welcome to attend.

 

 For More Information:  Contact us

  


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     What was daily life like for a soldier in “the Great War”? Thousands of men answered the call when America joined the conflict in 1917, and they and our world were forever changed. As an Arkansas native, Mountain Home teacher and student of history, Charlie Hammett knows the impact of learning the heart of history through re-enacting. An experienced Civil War re-enactor, Charles now turns his attention to the story of World War 1. Come, enjoy and learn as he shares his insights at our next Society meeting.