GPHS Moorings Newsletters - page 141

The Past for the Future: A Simple Way
to Give a Legacy Gift to the Society
“I give, devise, and bequeath the sum of $____________
(or _______% percent) of my net estate, as
finally determined for estate tax purposes,
to the Grosse Pointe Historical Society (GPHS),
a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization located in
Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan, to be used in
furtherance of its charitable purposes.”
We are indebted to our donors who have included the
Grosse Pointe Historical Society in their wills or
trusts. Insurance policies, IRAs, or annuities are an
easy way to leave money to the Society. If you would
like to leave a restricted gift or would like to discuss
other gift planning ideas, please call (313) 884-7010.
Grosse Pointe History
DVD Available Now
The two popular Grosse Pointe documentary videos,
Recollections of the Past, 1650-1900
, and
The Past As
Prologue, 1900-present
, are now available together on one
DVD and can be purchased at
the Provencal-Weir house or
Resource Center. The cost is
$10 or free to anyone who
joins the Society as a lifetime
member.
The transfer of the VHS
videos to DVD was made pos-
sible by a gift from St. John
Hospital and Medical Center.
“As a long-time member of this community, we under-
stand the area's rich historical traditions,” said Rhonda
Welsh of St. John Hospital and Medical Center Marketing
Department. “We were excited to provide a community
sponsorship that supports the Historical Society’s impor-
tant work.”
Grosse Pointe Goods Available
On-line—in Time for Christmas!
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“With the holidays approaching, we think this is a great
way to celebrate our heritage and give your friends and
family a unique gift,” said GPHS Board President Stuart
Grigg.
To shop and order, simply visit the Grosse Pointe
Historical Society Web site, www.gphistorical.org, and
click on “Grosse Pointe Goods On-line Store.” Proceeds
benefit the GPHS. More images and products will be
added on an on-going basis, so be sure to visit often.
Officers
Stuart W. Grigg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .President
Patti Schollenberger . . . . . . .Vice President-Administration
Herman Mozer . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vice President-Preservation
Denis Bouchard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Treasurer
Danielle DeFauw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Secretary
Board of Trustees
Kay Agney
Carolyn Candler
Elizabeth Canzano
James Conway
Amy DeWys-VanHecke
Valerie Dodenhoff
Douglas Dossin
Debbie Graffius
Kiki Herfert
Gregory Jakub
Maud Lyon
Josephine (Jo) Malecek
William Penoyar, Jr.
Sara Malcomson Ralph
Ann Rock
Rick Ruffner
Mary Lighton Shafer
Michael W. Skinner
Paul J. Sloan
Elizabeth (Penny) Soby
Molly Valade
Khristi Zimmeth
Gail Zmyslowski
The Grosse Pointe Historical Society Headquarters,
Provencal-Weir House, c. 1823, 376 Kercheval Ave.,
is open the second Saturday of each month during
special events, and by appointment. The Resource
Center, 381 Kercheval Ave., is open Tuesday and
Wednesday, 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and
1:30-4:00 p.m. Phone: (313) 884-7010
Honorary Board
Chip Berschback
Patricia R. Colett
Michael Farley
Lisa Mower Gandelot
Nancy Griffin
Ronald C. Lamparter
Russell H. Peebles
Robert J. Petz, Jr.
Thomas E. Singelyn, DDS
Gail R. Stroh-Marentette
Curator
Suzy Berschback
Administrator
Linda Johnson
Parliamentarian
Andrea Weyhing
the Moorings
Editor
Ann Marie Aliotta
Curator Emeritus
Jean Dodenhoff
GP South Holiday Walk
Includes Provencal-Weir House
Kick off the holidays in grand style with a tour of six of
Grosse Pointe’s most beautiful homes, decked out in holi-
day splendor, for the Mothers' Club of Grosse Pointe
South High School Holiday Walk. This year, the tour will
include the Provencal-Weir House.
The walk will take place on Sunday, December 9 from
12:00 noon – 4 p.m.
Along with the Provencal-Weir House, homes on this
year’s tour include:
• A unique arts and crafts inspired, restored and expand-
ed former carriage house, nestled in a private setting;
• A lovely Colonial home with notable collectables,
owned by a local florist;
• A redesigned home owned by a local builder, including
an open kitchen and great room with a massive stone
fireplace;
• A newly decorated home owned by a well-known
decorator with beautiful lake views; and
• A grand Georgian home with rooms decorated with
various holiday themes and antique furnishings
Tickets for the Holiday Walk are $20 in advance and $25
at the door and may be purchased at many stores in the
Pointes or by calling Lisa Baird at (313) 300-7908.
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