-- CD (PDF Edition) of
our 2003 book, "A PLACE TO CALL HOME"
A history of the
Fairfield County (Ohio) Children Home
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO ORDER YOUR CD
(This book has be OUT
OF PRINT since we sold out
our initial edition in Oct 2003 and hopefully this CD
of the PDF Edition will be of interest to those who
have been unable to order the printed book.) -- FEBRUARY 19, 2009
HAVE YOU SEEN MY NEW
SURELY APPRECIATE you coming back to my GREEN APPLE site,
but would welcome you with open arms at my new WWW
PLANS are to carry BOTH sites -- the brand new "DOT ORG" site
a slightly different content (style, presentation, etc.) so former
to my GREEN APPLE web pages may want to KEEP COMING BACK
to these GREEN APPLE pages to review their favorite pages and content.
THANKS for your visits! -- now say
"Hello" to THE WORDWRIGHT at
his new WWW LOCATION.
READ ABOUT our new book
project, scroll down
the page to "Venricks
announce a new book..."
CLASS OF 1950
were our school colors "back then")
YOU CAN HELP --
here is a group photo with
TED DUPLER in it -- can
you give us MORE information?
TO VIEW PICTURE
If you are a graduate of LHS and wonder "how many are
left" of your graduating class, I have started a page with
such data. At the present I only have the Class of 1950
which is when I graduated from Lancaster (Ohio)
High School. I am making space available on this
web page for ANY OTHER CLASSES who would like
to have their deceased classmates listed.
PLEASE CONTACT: email@example.com
The 208 page history of
FAIRFIELD COUNTY CHILDREN'S HOME
Written and Published by the Venricks is
SEE NOTE at top of this page
about newly released CD PDF EDITION
of "A PLACE TO CALL HOME"
If you are among those who "missed"
getting a copy of the
book, please visit the public library, Fairfield County
Library, 219 N. Broad Street, Lancaster, OH 43130
Title: A PLACE TO CALL
HOME, by Bill & Jean Venrick
OR call them:
Ohio University - Lancaster Campus (740) 654-6711.
OU-Library has copies in their circulation and may be
accessed through Inter-Library Loans.
Caring folks in Lancaster, Ohio raise
funds to place a monument
in Elmwood Cemetery to remember and
identify the four children who perished in a barn fire
near Sugar Grove, Ohio, January 9, 1971
TO "CLOSURE..." ARTICLE
WE are still THE PEOPLE, and we must continue to let our leaders,
the court system, or any part of "the government" know we
this simple fact of the system of government our nation has been
for a long time. There are still hundreds of decent leaders -- be
sure you are among the citizens who write congressmen, senators,
state officers, city government. The VOICE of the voters is still