Our next historical programs:
Jan. 19 – 7 p.m. – Town Hall Meeting Room
“Isaac Kannon and His Legacy”
Boo Knuckley Jefferson will give an illustrated talk on her grandfather, Isaac Kannon, who came to this country as an immigrant and established a business that is flourishing today in its 100th year. Third-generation in the business, Boo and her siblings are carrying on the family legacy.
March 16 – 7 p.m. – Town Hall Meeting Room
“To Any Soldier – A Novel of Vietnam Letters”
Kathryn Watson Quigg of Wake Forest, will speak about her book “To Any Soldier,” which she co-wrote with G.C. Hendricks, a North Carolina native who now lives in Bigfork, Montana. Quigg is a former chair of the Wake County Board of Education. Books will be available for sale.
Wendell High School Yearbooks
The Wendell Historical Society is seeking Wendell High School yearbooks for the years 1934, 1935 and 1938. We would like to borrow these from the owners so they can be scanned into the Digital NC collection at UNC and then they will be returned. If you have any of these yearbooks, please contact Ray Hinnant at 919-365-3228 or email@example.com.
The Historical Society has already contributed all Wendell High School yearbooks 1933 to 1965 (except those three years) to the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center. The yearbooks have been digitized and are now available online.
Wendell's Veterans - On display at Universal Chevrolet
The photo display of Wendell veterans that was created for this year's 4th of July Celebration is on display at the Universal Chevrolet showroom on Main St. Stop by if you have not seen this wonderful compilation of Wendell history. Thank you to Paul White for hosting this display.