PORT WASHINGTON -- Port Washignton-Salem Historical Society met for the November meeting in the Mayor's office with a nice Veterans' Day program in honor of the veterans with the Pledge to the Flag led by Glenn McMullen.
Each present spoke of who in their family served or is serving for the country.
Discussion on the estimates for repairs to the Town Hall and the replacement of gas line to the building to put heat into the building. Discussion on removal of old fire escape and replacement of a new one, new storm windows for the first and second floor as there is storm windows on the third floor, new furnace or heaters for the first and second floors, repairs to door and painting and some wood is needing replaced in back of building.
There has been an interest of persons to help donate toward the restoration of the Town Hall and anyone may do so by mailing a check to: Port Washington-Salem Historical Society, 207 School St., Port Washington, OH 43837; and mark on check for repairs to the Town Hall.
Other business was announced that Robert Steinbach donated a Modern Woodsman Ax to the museum for display. Anyone wishing to donate anything is welcome to add to our display.
A thank you letter signed for village council by those present for repairing the drainage problem in front of the Town Hall building which was much appreciated..
Plans were made for a Christmas dinner instead of a December meeting with dinner to be held at Dutch Valley Restaurant Dec. 8 at 5 p.m. in Sugarcreek. The January meeting will be Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Mayor's office