Lunch & Learn


Every year, we hold a fundraising luncheon to spotlight our inductee into the Crawford County Potter Hall of Fame with a guest speaker to highlight their history and relevance to Crawford Co. We also invite in an educator to come give us some insight or history to the area.

To be an inductee, the deceased person must be known to have made pottery here in Crawford Co with evidence from sources such as census records, articles, family history, and pieces of pottery.

 

Tickets:

Each ticket is $25.00 per person and must be purchased by May 1, 2024. Any late purchases past that date or purchased at the door will incur an additional $5.00 fee.

Tickets may be purchased:

  • in person at the Roberta Crawford Chamber of Commerce at 39 Wright Ave, Roberta, GA.
  • call 478-954-6395 or email cchs.ga2012@gmail.com to meet with our CCHS President.
  • by mail: PO Box 622, Roberta, Georgia 31078
    • please make checks out to Crawford County Historical Society
  • via Paypal

 

Lunch

This year’s lunch will be provided from Champion’s Restaurant and, our resident history researcher, Mrs. Kathleen Cook.

Potter Hall of Fame

This year’s inductee for the 2024 Potter Hall of Fame is Jackson “Jack” Merritt, a potter and farmer with living descendants still in Crawford County, Georgia.

 

Guest Speaker

Dr. Susan Asbury is an Assistant Professor of History at Middle Georgia State University with a Ph.D. in American Studies from The Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg. She completed a B.A. in History at Berry College and an M.A. in Public History at the University of South Carolina.

  • For nearly ten years, Asbury worked in the museum field as a curator, museum educator, and administrator. Her research interests are in material culture, public history, U.S. history, consumerism, the intersections of popular culture and folklore studies, and social history.