The Clearwater Historical Society will hold their annual meeting with the election of officers at 11:15 a.m., and have their annual Fall Fish Fry from 11:3 a.m. until 1 p.m. Saturday, November 4, at the new Ross Norton Park Recreation Center located at 1426 South Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue in Clearwater.
The society is a 501 © 3 non-profit organization and adults will be admitted for an $8 donation, and children 12 and under for a $4 donation. This will get you all you can eat of the best fried fish and tastiest hush puppies in town, along with plenty of grits, cole slaw, ice tea or coffee and free parking.
All net proceeds go to the maintenance and up-keep of the historic Plumb House Museum. The Plumb House is the birth place of the first public school teacher in Clearwater for whom Plumb Elementary School is named. So, after you have your fill of super-good food, go next door to the historical Plumb House for a free tour of the Museum.
Remember that "Happiness is Fish and Good Friends." Mark your calendars now.
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