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1003 Greenway Drive
Wednesday, March 7th
South Dorchester Folk Museum Presents
7:00 pm: Dorchester County Historical Society, 1003 Greenway Drive, Cambridge, MD; This month, the South Dorchester Folk Museum Presents: "Webster Grocery Store and the Webster Family" Speaker: Roger Webster.
Roger Webster has lived in Cambridge 65 years and has spent at least 45 of those years working in his family's business, E. G. Webster & Son Grocery Store.
Roger graduated from Cambridge High School in 1970 and was very active in the Cambridge Jaycees for many years. He was co-author of the "Cambridge Past & Present Pictorial History" which sold more than 5,000 copies.
Roger will talk about his experiences working in what is currently the oldest full-line grocery store in Dorchester County. He worked along the side of his grandfather, E. Guy Webster, and his father, Leonard Webster. The Grocery Store still has an active business on Race Street in Cambridge.
Roger will talk about the many changes he has seen over the years in Cambridge.
The South Dorchester Folk Museum (SDFM), in cooperation with the Dorchester County Historical Society, presents this FREE program in its lecture series about local history. For more information about the SDFM, visit our website: www.sdfmuseum.net or call 410-228-6175. The public is warmly invited to attend. Reservations are not needed.