Joe Filippo, President, MCHS, presents the John Montgomery Preservation Award to Don and Patsy Sharpe, owners, Preservationist and restorers of the antebellum COL Forbes' home on North 2d Street.    Perry York and C. David Elliott.  Perry and his wife Diane gave in-kind materials, time and effort to renovate our cabooseJoe Filippo presents the Robert Thompson Cemetery Award to  Geneva Bell, organizer of the historic Mt Olive African American Cemetery clean-up and restoration effortCarol Morris our ConductressSanta (Joe Filippo) and his wonderful Elf (Sarah Darnell).  Thanks to Carol Morris for assisting in getting the costume together"Choo-Choo Cuties"  Sally Doubler, Brenda Radford, Marjorie WadeWho goes there?  It's the Semi-conductor, Rubye Patch with our Conductor, Bill Morris.Jim WilliamsCarol Morris & Moninda BiggersBillyfrank & Evelyn Morrison and John WadeCarl Barton & Marjorie WadeBetty Rone and Chris YoungBrenda RadfordThe Box Car boys: John Doubler, Jack Gibson, & Carl BartonJohn DoublerJack Gibson - his song "Meet me at the Depot" was a great hit.Carl BartonBinky from Erin - soon to be Mrs. Billy Powell of Clarksville, TennesseeDebbie GreenfieldDiane and Perry YorkChristmas group singing "Silent Night" led by Conductor Bill Morris. Some shown are  Catherine Tracy, Eleanor Williams, Sandra Stacey, Gloria Davis, Glenda Angus & Rick HollisEvelyn Morrison; Jim and Eleanor WilliamsEleanor Williams & Cindy Marczak. Rachel Pace & Tony Smith and Wanda Burchett can bee seen in backgroundMCHS President Joe Filippo and his son-in-law, Todd WoodleeRandy Rubel, 6 Dec 2010Marjorie WadeSally & John DoublerTony Smith, our Station MangerMoninda Biggers and Rachel PaceTia Batterson speaks with C. David Elliott about his trainsJ. Allan Irby, Doris Evans, Nancy Irby (?); Betty BowmanPhyllis Smith; Geneva Bell; Geneva's great granddaughter & Judy YoungJudy Young; Steve & Debbie Greenfield; Phyllis Smith; Geneva Bell; & Geneva's great granddaughterElwyn PatchRubye PatchGloria DavisOpal KennedyGail Longton & HusbandEleanor WilliamsAn On30 model of a Sugar Cane Railroad - 1920 Haiti. Created from popcicle sticks, Reynolds Wrap, etc., by Dr. Tom Grabenstein
Photos courtesy of Billyfrank Morrison, Sandra Stacy  & Glenda Angus

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