The Orange County Historical Society will have it’s first Quarterly program of the new year on Feb. 5 at 6:30 PM in the conference room of the Orange City Library. The speaker will be Henry Lowe who at this time is working toward establishing an Afro American Museum which will be located at the intersection of Park and Third Streets.
Henry has led an interesting life first working as a quarter horse jockey across the Southwest. Next he was employed for a short time as a horse trainer and groomer for movie stars Dale Robertson and Robert Mitchum. During this period he became acquainted with World War Two hero and movie star Audie Murphy. Henry spent most of the remainder of his working years involved in some capacity at horse racing tracks.
Refreshments will be served during the program. The public is invited