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Preservationists celebrate Oak Hill Day

Jul 25, 2012 12:06 am
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="350"]Mary Lou Nahas, Pres. of Oak Hill Preservation Society, and Nick Nahas, town historian, discuss Oak Hill Day from Wave Farm studio in Acra.[/caption]MaryLou Nahas, president of the Oak Hill Preservation Association, and Nick Nahas, town historian discussed Oak Hill Day with hosts Peter Krug and Tom Roe live from WGXC's Acra studio at Wave Farm on Tue., July 24. Oak Hill Day, this Sat., July 28, includes a classic car show, ice cream social, music, a town-wide yard sale, and more. The Greene County town, once known for 18th Century foundaries, is now known for many historic homes. The festivities this weekend are located along Rt. 81 near Durham and Preston Hollow, with the Yellow Deli there also hosting music Saturday. Click here to hear the full interview.