Museum First Person History Series

First-Person History Series

The Randolph County Heritage Museum is presenting a series of lecture/story-telling evenings during July and August. Local historians and long-time residents will discuss, from a personal and “first-person” perspective, various topics of local interest and lore.

The series will be held on Monday evenings at 6pm in the Museum Annex. Refreshments will be served.

  • July 11th – Women of Distinction in Randolph County by Ann Carroll
  • July 18th – The Foster family in early Randolph County by Jake Foster
  • July 25th – Growing up here in the 1950s and early 1960s by Frank Bigger, Carol Carroll, and Dick Olvey
  • August 1st – Growing up here in the 1940s and early 1950s by Virginia Stevens and Mike Dunn
  • August 8th – The “Point” by Anna Cook
  • August 15th – The Fourche River Valley by Harmon Seawel
  • August 22nd – Growing up here in the 1920s and 1930s by Ann Carroll

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Jennifer ClayJennifer Clay serves as Secretary on the Randolph County Tourism Association's Board of Directors. She owns Spring Designs, a small business in Historic Downtown Pocahontas that specializes in website design and social media marketing.View all posts by Jennifer Clay →

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