James County Historical Society Meeting is August 3

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

The James County Historical Society will meet Sunday, August 3, at 2:30pm in the Ooltewah Methodist Church in the Sunday School addition.  

The program will be presented by Larry Williams; its topic will be the “The Re-birth of a Model T Ford”.  The program will relate to old cars and to roads of the Old Jim County era.

If you use email, please send your email address to me at dcopeland@copelandsinc.net and receive future meeting notices via email.

For info contact:

David Knisley

(423) 396-2438

            or

David Y Copeland

(423) 238-5621 ext 12

dcopeland@copelandsinc.net

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