Come spend an afternoon in the country with other future and returned PC Volunteers and their families at the historic family farm of SORVO member Christine Hadley Snyder.
Arrive by 3:00 PM and park in the barnyard
Fireplace for outdoor cooking, please bring your own meat
Bring a covered dish to share (take it inside to the kitchen)
Refrigerator and stove in the country kitchen
Soft drinks, iced tea, and ice available. Bring your own table service or use the paper and plastic provided
One bathroom is available in the house
There are some lawn chairs at the farm, but bring your own if you can, or a blanket if you like to relax on the ground.
If you plan to take a walk, dress accordingly, wear sturdy shoes and socks, and consider bug repellent and a sun hat. Birdwatchers can spy kestrels, quail, red-winged blackbirds and others. If you stay until dusk you can watch the brown bats leave the barn on their nightly hunts, and watch the lightning bugs come out.
If you would like to tour the historic house and the upstairs museum, Christine will take small groups.
Hadley Farms is at 1133 Lebanon Road, Clarksville 45113 in rural Clinton County near the Warren County line (east of Waynesville, west of Wilmington, SE of Caesars Creek Lake) Click on "More" for directions and the title of the article for a map.
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Highlights from Melissa's Peace Corps Paraguay PresentationIn case you missed it, or would like to see it again, check out some of the highlights of the presentation Melissa Salamon gave at the November CARV meeting. It's in the fourth gallery down on the right.
CARV-SORVO Picnic - Sunday July 19, Hadley Farms, Clarksville, OH, 3 pm
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