The Grenada County Historical Society
Invites You To:
History

Learn of and enjoy the facts and stories of this region and of the people who lived, loved, and worked here.

Visit with the Society without cost or obligation. We meet on the last Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Meetings are announced in the local newspaper.

Join in the quest of the Society as it endeavors to add to this collection of stories, facts, relics, and interesting memorabilia which serve to relate and preserve the history of the area.

Enjoy the fellowship of like-minded friends and neighbors in an active, but low-pressure organizational structure which seeks to improve the quality of life in our community.


Support the Society with your presence, your talents, and your membership.


YOU MAY VISIT OR JOIN THE SOCIETY OR GET ADDITIONAL INFORMATION BY:
CONTACTING Sandra McCaulla at the Elizabeth Jones Public Library; or, MAILING your application to the Society at 1900 Grandview Drive, Grenada, MS 38901; or, CALLING Sid Bondurant at 226-5121


The Grenada County Historical Society, Inc., is a non-profit educational corporation dedicated to the preservation of the history of the region, with emphasis on the cultural values of those who settled here.
MEMBERSHIP IS OPEN TO ALL PEOPLE.