March 12th Jerry Pfister will be our speaker - topic history of the St. Johns in Kenton, Ohio Hardin County Genealogy Society 211 W Franklin St PO Box 520 Kenton, OH 43326 (419) 674-4088 The center is located 1 block west of the Court House, and is right next to the cinema. Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org March 12th meeting at 7:00 - David Johnson will be our guest speaker with a program on "Fort Amanda - A Historical Redress" April 9th meeting at 7:00 - Jerry Pfister will be presenting the history of the St. Johns Church in Kenton, Ohio May Pioneer Banquet - Elks Lodge 6:00 social hour 6:30 Dinner is served The center will be closed if the county is under a level 2 or 3 storm warning issued by the Sheriff's office Hours of operation: Wednesday: 1 - 5 pm Thursday: 1 - 5 pm Or by appointment 2017 Officers: President: Vice-President: Treasurer: Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary: Kathy Hines email@example.com David Rish firstname.lastname@example.org Doris Williams Blum email@example.com Judy Haggard firstname.lastname@example.org Velma Kraft This page was last updated: March 8, 2018 © Copyright 2004 Hardin County Genealogy Society, All Rights Reserved *Out of town visitors - If you are planning a trip to Hardin County, and our hours do not fit your needs, please let us know. We can open our doors at other times upon special request. Please contact: Kathy Hines for arrangements. Center phone: 419-674-4088 Cell phone: 419-788-9030 Email: email@example.com Our officers are dedicated to making the center the best that it can be. We are proud to represent Hardin County and it's many citizens and ancestors.
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