The Honey Brook Historical Society will offer an informational program presented by Civil War re-enactor, Marc Benedict on Tuesday, March 25 at 2:00pm. The presentation “Inside a Union Soldier’s Pockets” is open to the public and offered free of charge at the Tel Hai retirement community’s campus located off Beaver Dam Road, east of Route 10 in the community’s Auditorium/Chapel.
The presenter, Marc Benedict of Terre Hill (Lancaster County), will visit in uniform, equipped with various artifacts of the period—authentic and reproduction. Mr. Benedict has worked as a living historian of the Civil War for over 30 years and has appeared as a Civil War re-enactor in films, commercials and on television. He also served as a Park Ranger in the National Park Service for ten years. His presentation will include a question and answer period welcoming the audience’s participation, as well.
Directions to the Tel Hai campus can be found on their website: www.telhai.org under the “Contact Us” tab; with your GPS please use the 1200 Tel Hai Circle physical address.
PHOTO: “Inside a Union Soldier’s Pockets” will be presented by the Honey Brook Historical Society on March 25 at 2:00pm in the Tel Hai Auditorium/Chapel off Beaver Dam Road.