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Purple Martin Program

On Tuesday, January 27, 2015, at 7:00 PM at Mayer/Carson Hall in Apple Creek, Ohio Don Plant presented a program on the topic of Purple Martins. With a Power Point presentation, Don will: presented the “ins and outs” of attracting, maintaining, and retaining a Purple Martin colony emphasized the importance of site location, proper housing, …

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Announcing our latest Bluebird Trail Project

[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”2″ gal_title=”Blue Bird Gallery”] (Click the images above to see a larger view) “The Apple Creek Historical Society is in the process of developing a bluebird trail and started it last year with two bluebird boxes built after Mel Bolt’s plans. Each had a pair of bluebirds that successfully raised fledglings. We have since …

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Cash and In-Kind Donations for Pioneer Fest 2014

The Apple Creek Historical Society Pioneer Fest 2014 is now a part of our history.  There are many, many reasons why it was a success.  One of the reasons was our local businesses and individuals supported Pioneer Fest through cash and in-kind donations.  We would like to extend a special thank you to the following for their generosity: …

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Custom portraits by Drew Norman

16 x 20 oil portraits on canvas $250 (must allow 2 weeks to complete) 16 x 20 Watercolor on board $175 10 x 15 $100 watercolor on board 10 x 15 $150 oil on canvas 20 x 30 $500 oil on canvas 20 x 30 $350 watercolor on board. Email me at drew@drewnorman.com

Volunteers like you help shape our vision for the community center.

The heart and soul of the Apple Creek Historical Society is the people who put in their time and God given talent to help preserve history for all future generations to admire. Larry K. Orr Construction, Flory Construction, and a host of other volunteers have rolled up their sleeves and put in hundreds of man …

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