Custodian of Five Oaks, an Historic Massillon Landmark on the National Register of Historic Places
Thank you to the generous sponsors of Showcasing Massillon Heritage, the first event of a four part Showcase series. Add your name to the list by sponsoring the next Showcase event. Call 330-837-9508 for information.
Showcase McClymonds Sponsors:
Yund's Car Wash
Cicchini Enterprises, Inc.
Lisa and Robert Yund
Showcasing Massillon Heritage Sponsorship Levels:
$10,000 Showcase Sponsor
$5,000 McClymonds Sponsor
$2,000 Russell Sponsor
$1,000 Schweinfurth Sponsor
$500 Heritage Sponsor
Other Amount - Friend Sponsor
SHOWCASING MASSILLON HERITAGE
THE McCLYMONDS LEGACY
MARCH 10, 2018, 6 pm, FIVE OAKS
The McCLYMONDS LEGACY is the second event in the MASSILLON HERITAGE FOUNDATION series showcasing the history of Massillon and the far-reaching contributions members of the community made to its development. J. Walter Mcclymonds, a successful business man and community leader, built Five Oaks in the late 19th century at Fourth and North Streets. In 1907, he celebrated his 65th birthday. Guests are invited to join the McClymonds family and friends at their home to re-create this celebration. Honoring McClymonds' Scottish heritage, the evening will feature Scottish dinner fare, entertainment by bagpipers and dancers, and Scottish songs. In keeping with the spirit of the evening, guests are invited to dress in Scottish attire.
The event will take place at Five Oaks on Saturday, March 10th, at 6 pm. Tickets are $75 per person. For reservations, please call Mary Ann Poling at 330-837-9508.
The Massillon Heritage Foundation strives to preserve the history of Massillon. Browse through our website to learn about the Foundation, its mission and its current main focus, Five Oaks. Step back in time to the Victorian age . . . visit Five Oaks located at 210 - 4th Street NE, in Massillon, Ohio. Page through the website to learn about the family that lived here, the architect who designed the house, the current owners (the Massillon Heritage Foundation) and the Massillon Woman's Club, the organization that was gifted the building in 1924.