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From time to time, we are able to record and share some of the very special presentations that are made to us. Here are a few…visit our YouTube channel for more:

Archive of our January 6, 2022 Presentation: Genesee Wesleyan Seminary/Elim Bible Institute

Hosted by Hosted by Doug Morgan, Former Lima Town/Village Historian

The January 6, 2022 meeting of the Honeoye Falls / Mendon Historical Society was a virtual meeting on Zoom. Our speaker was Douglas (Doug) Morgan. Doug Morgan, a former member of our society and former member of our Board of Trustees, was the Lima Town/Village Historian before he and his wife left Mendon for the sunny climes of Florida. Doug is a Life Member of the Livingston County Historical Society as well as several other area historical societies. He has researched Livingston County and Western New York history for over thirty years, with a particular interest in his hometown of Lima.

Doug’s presentation provided an overview of the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary / Elim Bible Institute from its earliest years to the present-day using photographs – both old and new.

You may peruse the photographs on https://www.flickr.com/photos/douglas_morgan/albums/72177720295780298

Archive of our April 1, 2021 Presentation: A Historical Account of the Creation of the Lehigh Valley Trail

Hosted by Hosted by John Farrell, Mendon Foundation President Emeritus
 
The April 1, 2021 meeting of the Honeoye Falls – Mendon Historical Society featured a special presentation by John Farrell: “A Historical Account of the Creation of the Lehigh Valley Trail.”
 

Archive of our January 7, 2021 Presentation: From Tavern to Hotel to Temple: The History of 3 North Main Street

Hosted by Chris Carosa, Author & Publisher, Mendon Honeoye Falls-Lima Sentinel
 
The January 7, 2021 meeting of the Honeoye Falls – Mendon Historical Society featured a special presentation by Chris Carosa: “From Tavern to Hotel to Temple: The History of 3 North Main Street.”
 

Archive of our April 4, 2019 Presentation: The Fabric of History: Five Key Textiles from the HF-M Historical Society Museum Collection

Hosted by Sarah LeCount, Collections Manager, Rochester Museum & Science Center
 
The April 4, 2019 meeting of the Honeoye Falls – Mendon Historical Society featured a special presentation and demonstration by our very own Sarah LeCount: “The Fabric of History: Five Key Textiles from the HF-M Historical Society Museum Collection.”