Eunice Henry Day

CaptureJoin us for the first annual Eunice Henry Day as we celebrate the rich history of the White River Valley. Eunice died one hundred years ago, right here in the Valley. The day starts with meeting at Eunice\’s graveside at 3 PM to recognize this pioneer. Then, gathering at 4 PM at 24010 White River Rd for a potluck meal, valley history story-telling, music and conversation along with getting to know each other and the history of this wonderful valley

This event is Hosted by the White River Historical Club, an informal, unofficial group of people interested in our local history.

3 PM: Meet at Eunice\’s grave (1.4 miles up the White River Road). Meet and greet each other. Lay flowers on her grave. Share a legend or two (or ten) about Eunice\’s life and death. Sing a song in her memory

About 4 PM: Gather at 24010 White River Road for potluck meal, more stories, music and conversation.
Something to barbeque and your own beverage.
Last name starts with A-G Salad (green, fruit, pasta, etc.);
Last name begins with H-O Side dish (bread, veggies, potatoes, rice, etc.);
Last name begins with P-Z Dessert.
For more information call 763-4343 or email

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  • Jody Sherin September 5, 2013, 9:42 am

    We’ve been noticing her grave for all the many years we have been coming to our place in Tall Timber Rec Sites (since 1979) and wondering about her, and who it might be that has taken responsibility to preserve and protect the grave site.

    This would be great fun! Too bad we’re out of town (or in our case, out of the wilderness). Hope you have a great time.