Dan Vogler Talk
Dan Vogler Talk: “Forgotten and Offbeat Stories of Lawrence County from the 1930s”
Did you know that in the 1930s serious consideration was given to tearing down the Lawrence County Courthouse and building a new one?
Or that you could buy Pulaski Natural Mineral Water, bottled by the Pulaski Mineral Spring Company?
Or that 15,000 people visited Cascade Park on Memorial Day in 1934?
Hear about these stories and more in a lively discussion by Dan Vogler, Lawrence County Commissioner and local historian.
Vogler’s talk, titled “Forgotten and Offbeat Stories of Lawrence County from the 1930s,” will begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25 at the library.
Vogler is a native of Wampum and a graduate of Mohawk High School and Westminster College. He had held the position of County Commissioner since 2004 and currently serves on a number of local, regional, and statewide boards. He has three children and three grandchildren.
The event is free and open to the public.