Closed Independence Dayhttp://thomascountyhistory.org/event/closed-independence-day
Closed in observance of the holiday
We invite you to join us on Saturday, October 14, 2017 for Cheers to 65 Years!, a celebration of the Society’s 65th anniversary, on the grounds of the Thomas County Museum of History. Proceeds from the annual fall fundraising dinner support the programs and operations of the Museum. Last year, the fall dinner raised more than $26,000.00 and boasted more than twenty local individual and business sponsors. With your support, we can make this special anniversary celebration the best yet!
We will debut the completed restoration of the 1916 American LaFrance Fire Engine, host a silent auction, and welcome guests into the newly renovated Flowers-Roberts basement. Sponsors to this event will be listed on all printed and digital marketing leading up to the event, receive special recognition at the event, and receive complimentary tickets to the event.
To sponsor, please download the Sponsor Information Form, and complete the pdf form. You may need to use Adobe Reader to complete this action. Please save the form and return it to the Museum by August 31, 2017 via email or physical copy to email@example.com or Thomas County Historical Society, P.O. Box 1922, Thomasville, GA 31799. We are accepting payment online via the link below or by check. If you require an invoice, please select that option on the sponsor information form.
**Individual tickets to this event will be $65. If you would like to purchase additional tickets with your sponsorship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as individual tickets will not be available for purchase online until September.
1952: Thomas County Historical Society is established, $250
1969: Elisabeth Ireland Poe purchases 725 North Dawson Street for the Society to use as an archives and museum, $500
1972: The Flowers-Roberts House (1923) opens as the Museum of History, $750
1987: The O.C. Ewart Bowling Alley (1896) is fully restored, $1000
1991: Construction of the Jasper C. & Marthalene Davis Wing is completed, $1500
2017: The Society celebrates its 65th Anniversary, $3000: