Hosted by: The Ottes & Selbys
(rain date June 3)
Come with us on a leisurely drive to beautiful and historic Zoar.
We will explore the founding of the village in 1817 by 200 German
separatists, Its’ beautiful architecture and picturesque gardens. The
restoration work done by Ohio History Connection and Zoar’s current
residents show how important and special this site is to all Ohioans.
Lunch will be at a restaurant in Zoar.
To sign up for this drive, please email Judy.
Drive is limited to 10 cars. If the drive is full you will be notified that
you are on a waiting list. Details will be sent 1 week prior to the drive.
Ottes & Selbys
Len & Mary Beth Kozak and Todd & Dee Tannehill (NMC)
Greg & Terri Wilkins (Toledo)
- Meet up location will be announced
- Signup sheet will be started at the APRIL Meeting
- Each club is taking 15 total cars
- If either club does not fill their 15 spots, then those spots will be released the week before to the other club
- We will keep a standby list
- Members will bring a picnic lunch and chairs
- We will include games to promote intermingling of clubs.
Hosted By: The Ottes & The Selbys
Note Rain Date: May 12
Maximum: 10 Cars/20 people
1st stop: We plan to tour the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry. (near YSU Campus). This is the history of steel in Youngstown. Well done dioramas of the factories, home life, and photos (click for website). The cost is $6.00 for seniors. (Free for members of the Ohio Historical Connection).
2nd Stop: Travel to Mill Creek Park Fellows Gardens (click for website). This is a 10 mile tour thru the park, tour Lanterman’s Grist Mill (click for website). Cost is $0.75/seniors.
3rd Stop: Lunch at Kensington Golf Course.
4th Stop: White House Fruit Farms (click for website), a favorite from previous drives
To Sign up for this drive, please email us. If the drive is full, we will have a waiting list. Details will be sent prior to April 26 to those that have signed up. Any questions please email us or call 216-780-4533
Ottes & Selbys
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