Stellar Evening a success

Couples dancing
Couples dancing

The Greenbrier Historical Society’s 14th Annual Stellar Evening fundraiser proved once again to be a “stellar” time! We had a wonderful evening with dancing, good food and a fun atmosphere! Thank you to everyone who helped make it a success!

The Lewisburg Elk’s Country Club was beautifully arranged and decorated by members of the Greenbrier Historical Society and the staff of TLP, Inc. Festive candles surrounded by live greenery and antique Christmas balls sat on each table – bringing classic Christmas charm to the decorations. The tables were generously provided by Carnegie Hall and St. James Episcopal Church while the linens were supplied by Gillespie’s Flowers and Productions.

The music played by Trio Grand began softly while guests enjoyed hors d’oeurves and drinks and caught up with old friends. A very talented group, Trio Grand, played a variety of soft jazz and Christmas music during the delicious dinner and dessert served by TLP. After dinner, up-beat tempos began and couples took to the dance floor for the rest of the evening. Although there were several talented dancers among us, no one had to be Fred Astaire or Ginger Rogers to have a good time!

The Greenbrier Historical Society once again hosted a silent auction during the event with items generously donated by the following businesses and individuals: Azulyn Day Spa, Bella: The Corner Gourmet, B Sweet Confectionery, Nita Johnson & Caring Hands Massage, Cliff Baker, Del Sol Cantina and Grille, Elizabeth Spangler, Food & Friends, Greenbrier Valley Baking Company, Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company, Greenbrier Cut Flowers, Ron Magruder and Greenbrier Valley Theater, Love Child, Wolf Creek Gallery, Mike and Karen Lee McClung, Plaid Eagle Antiques, Morgan Bunn, Patina, Smooth Ambler Spirits and Tag Galyean, The Open Book, The 19th Hole, Tom and Sissy Isaac, and Windy Knoll Nursery.

GHS would also like to thank all of those businesses and individuals who sponsored the event: Farmer’s Home Fire Insurance Company, Mrs. Lawson W. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. David Hambrick, Mrs. Margaret Schmidt, Ms. Elizabeth Spangler, Mrs. William Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. John Wade Bell, Dr. and Mrs. Kyle Fort, Mr. and Mrs. John Grimes, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Isaac, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jeffus, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Mike McClung, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Modlin, Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Rice, Dr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Dutch Haus Market, Inc., Preservation Alliance of West Virginia, Mr. Alex McLaughlin and the Thrasher Group, Mrs. Miriam de’Olloqui, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Thompson, and the Greater Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation. Thank you all for your support!

 

The Greenbrier Historical Society is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to collect, preserve, protect, and exhibit historical materials and objects, provide educational experiences and activities, and support historical inquiry and research. GHS relies on the generosity of its members, patrons, and the community to continue operating the museum free of charge, providing free research assistance, and offering free and low-cost educational programs. GHS strives to present the rich history of the Greenbrier Valley in interesting ways, to promote tourism in the region, and to support the preservation of its beautiful communities.

The Greenbrier Historical Society’s North House Museum and Archives is open Monday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information about upcoming programs and events, or to become a member, sponsor, or volunteer, please contact us at 304-645-3398 or info@greenbrierhistorical.org.

 

One of the auction items - a bowl made of wood from the historic Barracks Building in downtown Lewisburg
One of the auction items – a bowl made of wood from the historic Barracks Building in downtown Lewisburg

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