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UPCOMING SOCIETY EVENTS
- Thursday, May 11, monthly meeting special guest speaker, Mike Albert of Chambersburg, an architectural historian, who will give a presentation on the Stained Glass Gems of Franklin County.
- Satursday, June 10; joint picnic with the Friends of Mont Alto Park at the Mont Alto Park Pavilion.
- Thursday, Nov. 30 Society holiday dinner at the Parlor House, Waynesboro, PA
- Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017, Society holiday chapel service
SOCIETY DISPLAY CASE
SUMMER 2017 EXHIBIT
The monarch butterfly may be the most widely recognized of all American butterflies with its distinct orange, black and white wings. This coloring actually sends a warning to predators that the monarch is foul tasting and poisonous. The monarch is found throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada. The most notable characteristics about the monarch is the 3000 mile journey some of them will make to their wintering grounds in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Mexico or to southern California.