Brenda-Chairperson would like to have most of the planning finished that evening.
Checking to see how many catch my error on the photos .. Kitty
On Cemetery Road off County Rt.115 (Formerly US.RT.15)
|Lindsley Burying Ground|
|July 4th 2015 |
Lindley, N.Y. from Sawyer Road
Looking at this picture , one wonders what Colonel Lindsley and his 40 plus or minus group of settlers would think of the community that they started back in June, 1790 !!!!!
Ordinarily the Lindley-Presho Historical Society does not meet in the summer months, but with Lindleytown Days being held on September 19th, 2015 to celebrate the town's existence for 225 years, it is necessary to hold meetings to plan the event.
Therefore, Brenda Criss ,Chairperson of the Day's events has called a meeting to work on the details
7 p.m. July 23rd,2015.
Lindley Town Hall
This is a volunteer effort of Lindley residents with assistance from the Town Board. Past meetings have resulted in basic plans for the afternoon. Brenda has prepared a budget and has been busy recruiting participants. We hope to make this an interesting afternoon that will relate to Lindley's 225 years of history . So anyone interested in Lindley's history and who would like to participate is invited to attend the meetings and help plan the day. See you there..
Did you realize Lindley was started just 14 years after the Declaration of Independence was signed back on July 4th ,1776. 239 years ago. Time does march on
|July 5,2015 Brant farm across from Green Shingle|
|Advertisement that appeared in Leader March 24th ,1914|
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|Looking E toward Steamtown Rd from Stermer Rd |
|5/17/2015 Co. Rt.116|
|Mary Lentzen |
Lindley resident who served as a member and Chairman of Lindley Planning Board for a number of years.
Congratulations Mary on your retirement from Corning Inc.
Thank you for all your contributions as a Lindley resident and for all the time and effort that you spent on the Town of Lindley Planning Board.
Thank you,also, for taking an interest in the history of Lindley.
We will miss that cheerful, happy smile and wish you the best as you enjoy your new home and the Florida sunshine.
Dick and Kitty Pierce