Thursday, November 08, 2007

November Field Trip


Here's Christy's information for our November Field Trip:

Friday November 9th we will be touring Cornwall Furnace and the Humane
Society

Cornwall Furnace
We will be meeting at Cornwall Furnace at 10:00 am. Please have your
children DRESS WARM and wear comfortable shoes. Don't forget that you
can use your Heritage Society membership, otherwise Adults are $4.00
and Children are $2.00. The tour lasts about 70 minutes. This includes
a 20 minute video.

The best supplemental information I've found is right on their web
site. We will be having a speaker who ties in with the history of the
furnace in January.
http://www.cornwallironfurnace.org/education.htm
http://www.cornwallironfurnace.org/history.htm

For Adults: Listed under additional reading is a book about the local
family, the Coleman's. Does anyone know how the Coleman family is
connected to former President Buchanan? It is a good historical tidbit
of gossip.

Lunch
At this point I am planning to eat lunch at South Hills. If anyone is
concerned about the weather, I will make plans to eat lunch at Pizza
Hut. However, you must let me know, so I can call ahead.

Humane Society
There are no special instructions for the Humane Society. I will tell
the children about a co-worker of my husband's who volunteers for an
animal rescue organization. She did animal rescue in New Orleans after
Katrina.
There is some good information on their web site about animal control
and cruelty. Did you know they have a Thrift Shop and the proceeds
support the facility?
http://www.lebanonhumane.org/

Cornwall Furnace Directions: 94 Rexmont Rd. 272-9711
Use this link to get directions. Use the main entrance to the grounds
and the facility. It is obvious.
http://www.cornwallironfurnace.org/visitor.htm

Humane Society Directions: 150 N. Romona Rd, Myerstown 273-3300
Take 422 E. Turn Left onto N. Romona Rd.
You will see signs from 422.
The parking and entrance is obvious.

Please get back to me about lunch if necessary. Also a general head
count would be nice.

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