Invitation to support the George Community Hall

 The little town of George, Washington was founded in 1957 by Charles E. Brown - Charlie, as his friends knew him.  He donated the land and funds to build the George Community Hall, and it was built in 1964.

Charlie Brown not only came up with the idea for the name of the town of George, he also brought the July 4 and Presidents' Day Celebrations into being.  Charlie especially wanted the Fourth of July in George, WA to be really spectacular, with a Giant Cherry Pie and kids' games, entertainment and fireworks.  George, WA experienced its first Independence Day Celebration on July 4, 1957.

The George Community Hall oversees, manages and fund-raises for all the events that happen in George.  Over the years, newer events have been added, such as the Annual Children's Easter Egg Hunt & Bake Sale, the CoffeeHouse Concert Series, and the Annual George, Washington Bluegrass Festival in September.  All these events are special and deserve your support.

 

Please make your check payable to George Community Hall (or simply GCH if you prefer), and mail it to:  GCH  PO Box 5064, George, WA 98824 

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George Community Hall, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization