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December 1, 2021


10/15/2021 12:55:00 PM
Lemon Bay Historical Society reopens to the public
Thomas Kreidler
Thomas Kreidler

The Lemon Bay Historical Society has reopened the Historic Green Street Church for public monthly community events. On Tuesday, October 26 at 7pm, Thomas Kreidler, historian and Civil War re-enactor, will do a presentation on Francis Calvin Morgan Boggess, who was a pioneer settler of Fort Ogden, soldier, schoolteacher, cattleman and civic leader. Mr. Kreidler is a former Army officer, Vietnam veteran and retired professor. His hobby is cleaning veterans’ headstones and has spent many days at Indian Creek Cemetery in Punta Gorda. “It’s time alone to think about their stories,” he says. “I introduce myself and tell them I’m there to give them a haircut and spruce them up a bit.” The Historic Green Street Church Museum is located at 510 Indiana Avenue. Admission is free but donations for the upkeep of the iconic building will be greatly appreciated. CDC guidelines are followed. For more information visit: lemonbayhistory.com.





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