Take a Driving Tour of historic Honey Grove and see more than 50 historic homes and buildings.
The Honey Grove Preservation League is a volunteer group that believes that the history of Honey Grove and surrounding communities deserves to be preserved for current citizens and future generations.
The League meets once a month, and has a number of on-going projects.
The Preservation League usually meets on the second Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. in the Crockett Room of the Civic Center.
Please join us! You will learn about Honey Grove history, meet interesting people and you can bring your special talents to any number of our projects.
Citizens with historical documents and photographs are encouraged to contact us so that these materials can be saved and enjoyed.
For information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The officers and directors of the Preservation League are: President - Barbara Caffee; Vice-President, Malinda Allison; Secretary - Patsi Tindel; Treasurer: Claude Caffee; Director: Myra Rodgers; Director: Charles Yant.