Augusta “Tell It Like It Was” to Feature Augusta History Program

The Augusta “Tell It Like It Was” program for Tuesday, Feb. 18th, will feature a presentation prepared by Ellen Knoernschild that will start with the history of Augusta, which has to include the history of her farm because it was originally owned by Leonard Harold, the founder of Augusta.

On their farm, known as Centenial Farm, Bob and Ellen Knoernschild grew fruit, vegetables, flowers and even Christmas trees. There will be opportunities to ask questions as the evening progresses. As always, the event is free. it will be held at The Harmonie Verein, 5333 Hackman Road, Augusta. A cash bar will be available.

Throughout 2020, “Tell It Like It Was” interviews are scheduled to be held at Harmonie Verein on the third Tuesday of each month.