Alpharetta Historical Society Presents Front Porch Chat
Five Alpharetta natives will participate in a panel discussion on what life used to be like in Alpharetta for this month’s Alpharetta Historical Society meeting.
The Alpharetta Historical Society’s November meeting will be held on Thursday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Mansell House and Gardens.
The five natives in the panel discussion will be Connie Mashburn, Nan Harman-Dempsey, Hazel Reese, Dorris Goswick and Marjean Birt.
AHS members Norman Broadwell and Lynn Sickeler will ask questions of the panelists to learn more about what life used to be like in Alpharetta. They will also share some favorite stories and there will be opportunity for questions to be taken from the audience. This promises to be a very enjoyable and enlightening evening.
The Alpharetta Historical Society (AHS) is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization governed by the State of Georgia. It operates under a Board of Trustees consisting of elected trustees, officers, and standing committee chairpersons.
The Mansell House & Gardens is located at 1835 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta. It is a special events facility that can be rented as a special place for families to celebrate the important events of life such as Birth, Marriages, Graduations, Reunions, Showers, Anniversaries, Birthdays, Christenings, and more.
Alpharetta Historical Society
The motto for the Alpharetta Historical Society is to “Preserve the Past, in the Present, for the Future”.
If anyone would like more information on becoming a member of the Alpharetta Historical Society, please contact Nan Harman-Dempsey at 770-475-9995 or by email at Harman_dempsey@msn.com.
Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau
The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau serves as the destination marketing organization for the city, promoting tourism to Alpharetta, Georgia, and attracting visitors to all 23 of Alpharetta’s upscale and modern hotels. Visit www.awesomealpharetta.com for more information.