On Monday, June 17th, the Maynard Historical Society will present a program on the history of the Maynard Public Schools. Starting at 7pm, the program will take place in the Maynard High School Library and will be one of, if not the last, public event to take place in the High School, which is slated for demolition this summer.
In addition to the program, we will have a number of artifacts and photographs related to the schools and our complete collection of yearbooks dating back to 1907. The Society’s yearbook collection is very thin after 1965, so anyone who wishes to donate an MHS Screech Owl yearbook dating from 1965 to the present can bring it to the meeting and we will gratefully accept it into our archives.
Following the program you will be free to walk the halls of Maynard High School for the last time. So join us on the 17th and take a trip down memory lane.
The meeting is open to the public and light refreshments will be served.
What: Maynard Historical Society Spring Meeting
When: Monday, June 17th, 2013 – 7pm
Where: Maynard High School Library, 1 Tiger Drive
2 thoughts on “Historical Society Meeting – June 17th – Schools”
My father Mark Omerod Newton was born and raised on 7 Maple Street in 1913.I was stunned to see pictures of him as a first grader at 6 yrs of age,also my Grandfather Mark Newton and my Grandmother Elizabeth(Lizzie) Newton appear several times.Looking through your site was a bittersweet moment for me.I want to thankyou for sharing such a priceless piece of history that I never knew about.
Sincerely, Ann Newton Byers of Taylorsville,Kentucky
We’re so happy to hear your story and glad we could help connect you to a bit of your history. Our intrepid team of volunteers really enjoy knowing our work has meaning for folks “out there”. Thanks for sharing!
President, Maynard Historical Society