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Monthly Meeting: Henry Cargill

May 19, 7:30 p.m.
Guest Speaker: John McDonald

Local historian John McDonald will be joining us to discuss his research regarding the Life and Times of Henry Cargill, who was born in the Nassagaweya area of Milton. Henry started in the lumber business with his father and then expanded from there. Mr. Cargill served as a Member of Parliament and was very involved concerning the Intercontinental Railway among other things. The Village of Cargill was named in his honour.

Note: Members must Pre-Register: confirmation will be on a first come, first served basis. Members can register up until the Monday before the meeting – confirmation to follow.

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Note the following protocols and capacity limits will be in effect.

  • Maximum attendees – 25 (front shop area)
  • Masks must be worn

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