SABINA — The Sabina Historical Society held its annual meeting and Christmas dinner at the C.O.V.E. in Sabina.
Following the meal prepared by Shoelaces Catering, President Tom Mitchell presided over the meeting. Elected to serve on the board were Peggy Dunn and Roger Starnes. Other board members are Rick Kendall, Virginia Vandervort, Susan Kempner, Jim and Vicki Mongold, and Bonnie Starcher.
Those present participated in a quiz naming several streets in Sabina — the winner was Donna Rolston.
The program consisted of information about how some of Sabina’s streets got their names.
Melanie Chance presented a quilt embroidered with the names of ministers and church members featuring the MP church. The quilt featured names from the Chance family. It will be loaned to the Society and placed on display in the museum.
Paul Glass donated the communion cup from the church located on the Glass family property on Dakin Chapel Road to the Historical Society.
The Society holds their regular meetings on the second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. at the museum on the second floor of the Municipal Building. The meetings are open to the public.
The museum is now handicap-accessible.