Taking a look back at June 24th...our community did something special to celebrating the ratification of 100 years of Women's Right To Vote.
Our Courthouse bells rang 19 times at noon and many of us gathered for a rally and fellowship. There were several speakers and those who dressed up and held signs.
My mom and dad were watching Trinity that day and the stopped over for the first part of it. Trinity was a HIT.
She even made the front page of our paper the next day! This is her and me holding signs. It was a lovely day. I'm part of the Suffrage Centennial Committee and there are LOTS of things planned thru the end of 2020 so you will be hearing a bunch more about these events soon!
Here is a photo of the Courthouse lawn with those who participated. The brick building in the back is our local historical society.
Another thing that I haven't really blogged too much about is that when our company was sold DH and I spent two days in Erie to not only help with their 70th Anniversary for WICU but to get to know some of the people at the main office and such. Here are a bunch of us passing out fans, coloring books, and sports bottles.
Another thing I was able to do in the middle of July was with our Zonta Membership. Each year we do a "Summer Surprise" and we don't know where we are going or what we are doing until we leave for the evening. This year - we didn't travel too far. We had a private tour and history of our local, historical Struthers Library Theatre. Many of us have been in the theatre fairly often but it was nice to have a behind the scenes look and really take our time.
And I mean...REALLY behind the scenes...this was backstage! I just LOVE all of the old signs we saw.
Here is some of our membership enjoying the tour!
Earlier in the summer...my mom, dad, sister, Trinity and I went to Waldameer which is a theme park/adventure park in Erie. It's been YEARS since I have been there but it was Trinity's first time so it was SO FUN!!!
On the way home that day she was super weird and starting sucking her toes like a thumb and I couldn't stop laughing. Even funnier was the oh-so-serious look on her face while she was doing it!
Total Evolution really kept me fed this summer with all the running around! WOWZA! Here is their Avocado Toast - vegan style, of course!
And here is one of the build-your-own chia bowls. I chose Peanut Butter, Granola, Raspberries, and it was great! They use Soy Milk as a base.
Peanut butter, granola, and raspberries is a winning combination!ReplyDelete
What is the significance of the bells ringing 19 times?
Oh! I forgot to mention that part! It was 19 bells to celebrate the 19th Amendment which was granting Women's Right To Vote. Thanks for asking that!Delete
Yum on the chia bowl, sounds perfect! And what a great time with family.ReplyDelete
I need to get into Chia Bowls more! I used to not like the texture but I guess when there are several other things happening and there are many flavor and texture layers I forget about the texture of the Chia.Delete