Pam Dudding
Contributing writer

There’s nothing like a good home-cooked meal, especially when someone else does all of the cooking and cleaning up.

Roger Davis, a master cabin-builder, was hired in the spring to complete a beautiful landmark of the Holstein cabin, being added to downtown New Castle.

The Craig County Historical Society will be hosting their third Country Style Dinner this year on Friday, September 14, with two sittings; the first will be at 5 and the second at 6:30 p.m. at the Old Brick Hotel.

The community has requested a few more dinners from the Historical Society for some time now. Diane Givens, an officer of the Society, shared, “we served 77 in May and 94 in July.” They also prepare orders for take-outs, if desired.

The home cooked menu will include country-style steak, potato casserole, green beans, cole slaw, hot rolls and a choice of homemade desserts. Adult tickets are $15 while children will be admitted for $5.

The Historical Society has been working diligently on raising funds to reconstruct the 1800s Holstein log cabin that is located on Court Street, across from the Court House.

Roger Davis, a master cabin-builder, was…

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