DAR helps those looking for ‘Revolutionary? relatives

Are you related to a Minuteman? How about an officer in the Continental Army? Those seeking to trace their lineage back to America’s War of Independence gathered at the Oxford Public Library Saturday for a genealogy workshop hosted by the John Crawford Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Using family records (birth and death certificates, […]

Durwood Coffey to show art at Margot’s Gallery

Margot’s Gallery & Frame is pleased to present the new works of artist Durwood Coffey from 7 to 10 p.m. April 23 and 24. Using acrylics, Coffey brings all manner of animals from birds and insects to tropical fish and reptiles to vivid, colorful life. ‘Nature is colorful,? said Coffey, of Westland. ‘I like to […]

Fixin? up the park

Centennial Park got a spring face-lift Monday from members of the Oxford Garden Club, Oxford Beautification Commission and village DPW. Garden Club and Beautifcation Commission members spent the morning trimming, pruning, clearing and cleaning the park’s flower gardens. ‘We consider ourselves civic-minded,? said Garden Club member John Hitch, who was joined in the dirt by […]

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