On Tuesday, June 18 the Edinburg Historical Society will have its meeting at the Edinburg Community Center on Military Road. Gail Cramer and Priscilla Edwards will speak on Osborn Bridge.
Gail Cramer graduated from Northville Central High School and Barrington College and is a photo shop artist and tutor. She is the Historian for Northampton, Fish House and Northville and collects and preserves local history making it available to the public. Gail does genealogy research for those seeking their ancestors and local history. Gail writes a newsletter each month and has published a book “The Diary of Rhoda Barker Duncan.”
Priscilla Edwards was born and raised in Edinburg attending Edinburg Common School and graduated from Northville Central School. She has been Historian of Edinburg over 30 years. She was one of the original organizers of the Historical Society working as an assistant to Nellie Tyrrell the Town Historian. Priscilla is currently a board member of the Society and has served as President of EHS. She researches inquiries on family genealogy, and has interviewed and taped remembrances of people born in Edinburg. She writes monthly articles for the Edinburg Newsletter.
Historic Edinburg Day will be held on Saturday, July 13. The Society will be selling potato and macaroni salads and baked beans along with their annual bake sale. If you would like to contribute baked goods, salads or baked beans call Claudette at 518 863-4844.
Crafters are needed for the Edinburg Fall Festival being held on Saturday, September 28. Applications are available on the web site or call George and Andrea Blackwood at 518 863-6772.
Pat and Bradley Brownell have purchased a share in the Copeland Covered Bridge in memory of Melanie VanEvery. Shares can be purchased for $25 in honor of a birthday, anniversary, wedding or in memory of a loved one.