Past Events


 

BELLEVUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING
THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2022, 7:00 P.M.
PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH, 1000 GARDNER RD, BELLEVUE



On Thursday, March 24, 2022, Society President John Miller welcomed 37 members and guests and called the 2022 Annual Meeting to order shortly after 7 p.m. at Providence Baptist Church on Gardner Road.

SECRETARY’S REPORT. Secretary Patricia Custer noted there were no previous minutes to approve because the 2020 and 2021 annual meetings had been canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

TREASURER’S REPORT was approved as presented by Treasurer Mary Mitchell.


OLD BUSINESS

With the assistance of the various event and committee chairs, Vice President Larry Claus presented a Power Point highlighting the Society’s activities of 2021. Jeannie Gore talked about the chicken dinner and sunflower sale. Mary Mitchell remarked about the garage sale, Scout walk, and cemetery walk. Pat Custer talked about the Mobile Museum.

Alicia Robles updated members on the Tremont House renovation and our project goals for 2022. She also announced upcoming special events for 2022.

Pat Custer talked about item collections and the Annex organization, with special thanks to intern Jared Schnee. Pat also explained to the crowd what our ongoing volunteer needs are.

John Miller then conducted the election of the 2022 board members. Current Board members Larry Claus, Pat Custer, Jeannie Gore, Mary Mitchell, and Alicia Robles were reelected to two-year terms, to expire in 2024 (Larry Gardner 1st, Melissa Creston 2nd). New director Beth Patten-Bailey was nominated from the floor and elected for a one-year term per our bylaws (Jeannie Gore 1st, Mary Mitchell 2nd). The following slate of officers for 2022 was approved as presented (Melissa Creston 1st, Mary Magyar 2nd): President Jeannie Gore, Vice President Alicia Robles, Treasurer Mary Mitchell, and Secretary Pat Custer. Another current Director, Dale Hoffman, and outgoing director Mary Shelley were unable to be present tonight.

As outgoing president, John Miller then adjourned the business meeting. Larry Claus introduced our speaker, Larry Michaels, who gave an interesting presentation titled Bellevue, Then and Now. Following the speaker, Jeannie Gore raffled off the door prize which was a Bellevue plaque that had been purchased from the Firelands Historical Society and donated by one of our members, Rita Dever. Jeannie thanked everyone for coming, whereupon we were all invited to enjoy light refreshments.

Respectfully submitted,
Pat Custer, Secretary

 

 

It's our Annual Sunflower Sale Fundraising Event!

WHEN:  Saturday, July 23, 2022
HOURS:  9am - or until we run out
LOCATION:  108 N. West Street - Bellevue, OH

Beginning at 9:00am, bright and happy Sunflowers will be available for purchase by the stem or a stunning prearranged vase with sunflowers accented with beautiful lush greenery.

Due to the success last year, we are offering PrePay Order once again so you don't miss out.

- Direct prepay orders, please call Jeannie Gore at 419-483-5789 with your credit card information.
- PayPal prepay orders can be done below by selecting your size of flower arrangment in the drop down menu.

Sunflower Arrangement Options

Purchases can be made in

  • $15.00  (3 Sunflowers in Vase with Greenery)
  • $25.00  (5 Sunflowers in Vase with Greenery)
  • $35.00  (7 Sunflowers in Vase with Greenery)
     

Please Note: All presale orders need to be completed by Friday. July 16th at 8:00 p.m. 

Thank you for supporting the Bellevue Historical Society and the Restoration Project of the Tremont

 

 

 

 


 

Annual Tremont House Fundraiser Chicken Dinner
The restoration process of our grand 1846 lady, The Tremont House has continued, however we still need to keep the funding coming in to help reach our goals. 
The Bellevue Historical Society group it hosting the mouthwatering, lip smackin' 1/2 Chicken Dinner with Baked Potato, Green Beans, Roll and Butter.  Utensils, napkin, salt & pepper, butter and sour cream are included.

Pick up on Sunday, June 12th from 11am - 1pm or until we run out
Please read the flyer below for all the details and we hope you all take the opportunity on Sunday to stay out of the kitchen, stop by to pick up your dinner and perhaps go on a picnic.

  • All Pre-Paid Orders will be automatically entered into our Raffle Basket drawing.   
  • All Pre-Paid Orders must be submitted by June 9th.

Community Scrap Drive

Hosted by Bellevue Metal and Recycling to benefit the Bellevue Historical Society.  This will help with the continued Tremont House restoration project!
PLEASE NO paper, cardboard, or glass, televisions or computer monitors, tires, wood or plastic (unless it's part of a mostly-metal household appliance)

Bring your....

  • Pop cans - Food cans
  • Appliances - Lawnmowers
  • Miscellaneous metal objects including appliances and lawnmowers
  • Electronics but NOT televisions
  • Computers but NOT monitors
  • Old cell phones
  • Unwanted cars (be sure to bring the title)
  • Copper, brass, electric wire, lead