Harry & Betty Flinn

Recognized for 68 Years of Marriage

Join us as we
honor and celebrate

Clay County Pioneers
September 19th, 20th and 21st 2019

The gathering of old-time residents of Clay County was called for August 19, 1932, at 3 p.m. by a group of local club women. The Clay County Pioneer Association was organized at this meeting.  Committees were appointed to formulate it's Constitution and By-Laws, and to arrange for it First Reunion October 28, 1932. The purpose of the Clay County Pioneer Association, as outlined in the preamble of the Constitution and By-laws. The group adopted them, to honor the memory and accomplishments of the hardy emigrants who sought to make a haven and home for their families and set themselves to the arduous task of reclaiming a wilderness and replacing it with a civilization.

CCPR
1932

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Office 940-538-5111

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