Ann Powell, left, donates an apron to Helen Kitzmiller for her collection.
This black, gauzy apron was originally Ilonka Santho's, owner of Ilonka's Provincial House, on East Broad St. in Columbus. Ilonka was known for her beautifully hand decorated cakes.
|A free Program on the wonderful |
history of Aprons.
The Apron Program is presented by Helen Kitzmiller of the Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society.
50 Aprons are displayed in Helen's show along with memorabilia depicting Aprons. Each person in attendance receives a poem about Aprons. During the presentation there is sharing of Apron memories and information on having Apron shows.
The programs are interesting for men, women and teenage children. Requests come from church groups, retirement centers, nursing homes, civic groups, garden clubs and Girl Scout troops.
There is a limited distance of travel from the central Ohio area.
For more information on the Apron program call Helen Kitzmiller in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
Are you looking for a good home for an Apron no longer needed? Helen will gladly accept it for her collection.
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