September 15th, 2008 | No Comments
Despite the disappointing rain cancellation of the Centennial Parade, Ramsey Day went on as scheduled on Sunday September 7th.
For the Ramsey Historical Association, it’s always a great opportunity to sign up new members, get reacquainted with existing members and raise funds through the sale of merchandise. This year’s merchandise included Joan Dater’s book on 19th century etiquette, Ron Kase’s book on Ramsey history, old Ramsey street signs, plus Old Stone House T-Shirts.
The RHA would like to thank Field Stone Fine Art gallery which graciously allowed us to sell limited editions of a Tom Austin print “Main Street Ramsey 1908”. Several of the prints were sold with a portion of the proceeds going to the RHA.
Also on display in our booth were photographs showing the progress on the May Barn, which generated a great deal of excitement and interest.
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