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Ice cream social

The Wyandot County Historical Society held its annual ice cream social Saturday at the Wyandot County Museum to raise money for the museum.

A large crowd gathered in the museum’s yard to eat ice cream, take carriage rides, see museum exhibits, listen to music and check out classic cars.

Pictured are (from right) Dave Baker feeding ice cream to 1-year-old Autumn Davis, Anna Davis, 2, Naomi Baker and Bryn Marlow.

Ice cream social

Ice cream social

Pictured are (from right) Dave Baker feeding ice cream to 1-year-old Autumn Davis, Anna Davis, 2, Naomi Baker and Bryn Marlow.

Big bite

Big bite

Upper Sandusky residents Lauren Schoenberger, 9, and her brother, Max Schoenberger, 5, eat ice cream on Saturday at the Wyandot County Historical Society¹s ice cream social. The Schoenbergers were joined by a large number
of the public who helped donate and raise money for the museum.

Afternoon treats

Afternoon treats

People line up to purchase ice cream and treats at the Wyandot County Historical Society¹s ice cream social. Guests were able to listen to music from the Upper Sandusky community band, look at classic cars and carriages
and visit the museum exhibits and one-room schoolhouse.

Visa-vee

Visa-vee

John Bowie (left), 9, and his mother, Jennifer Bowie, take a ride on a
horse-drawn, visa-vee carriage at the Wyandot County Historical Society ice cream social, which was held on the museum’s lawn Saturday afternoon.

Carriage ride

Carriage ride

Carriage driver Julie Emmons gave museum guests rides in a visa-vee
carriage, a French word meaning face-to-face, on Saturday at the ice cream
social. Emmons and the carriage are from the Black Swamp Driving Club, which was present to help raise money for the museum by giving rides to the public for an optional donation.

Musical entertainment

Musical entertainment

Guests of the Wyandot County Historical Society¹s ice cream social listened to music from Upper Sandusky¹s community band on Saturday afternoon on the
Wyandot County Museum lawn. The band is made up of members from the Upper Sandusky community and played from 2-3 p.m.

Classic car

Classic car

Pioneer car club member Wayne Coffman, of Tiffin, stands beside his 1929
Franklin, which he purchased in 1969. The vehicle was made in Syracuse, N.Y., and has an air-cooled engine, Coffman said. A total of 16 vehicles
were present at the Wyandot Historical Society¹s ice cream social Saturday
afternoon. Members of Pioneer car club and Wyandot Classics and Cruisers car
and truck club brought their vehicles for guests to see.

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