Girl Scout Troop 4086

Oxford Girl Scout Troop spent the afternoon of April 9 learning about local history and art. The first stop was the George C. Shaw Museum where members of the National Mary Potter Club shared their historical knowledge and personal stories with the Girls. Docents included: Rosalyn M Green, Annie Nesbitt, Juanita Rogers, Mary Davis, Vivian Reed and Catherine McGhee.

Presbyerians trace their history in Granville County

The North Carolina Presbyterian Historical Society (NCPHS) visited the George C Shaw Museum. George C. Shaw was the founder of Timothy Darling Presbyterian Church (1888) and Mary Potter School (1889). Pictured left to right: Lois Stickell, Terry Owens, Rosalyn M Green, Jonathan Stickell, Flo Durway, Juanita Rogers, Delores Mangum-Prince.

National Park Service visit the Mary Potter School Shop Building

Pictured front: Sue Hinman(Granville County Commissioner), Megan Brown (NPS), Jim Gabbert (NPS), Ellarine Alston (NMPC), Mitch Wilds (SHPO), Seth Tinkhan (NPS) The purpose of NPS visit was to conduct a site visit of the Shop Building and discuss the rehabilitation process with the NMPC Project Team.