Preparing for Christmas of Yesteryear


Naomi Oguna, left to right, of Sidney, Noriko Izawa, of Troy, Amy Forsythe, and Shelby County Historical Society Co-President Julie Gilardi, both of Sidney, prepare gift bags for an upcoming holiday event. The bags will be handed out to kids on the front porch of the Ross Historical Center during the Christmas of Yesteryear event that will be held on Saturday, Dec. 4. Santa will also be present. Across the street at the newly named Wallace Family Learning and Innovation Center will be a train display.

Naomi Oguna, left to right, of Sidney, Noriko Izawa, of Troy, Amy Forsythe, and Shelby County Historical Society Co-President Julie Gilardi, both of Sidney, prepare gift bags for an upcoming holiday event. The bags will be handed out to kids on the front porch of the Ross Historical Center during the Christmas of Yesteryear event that will be held on Saturday, Dec. 4. Santa will also be present. Across the street at the newly named Wallace Family Learning and Innovation Center will be a train display.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Naomi Oguna, left to right, of Sidney, Noriko Izawa, of Troy, Amy Forsythe, and Shelby County Historical Society Co-President Julie Gilardi, both of Sidney, prepare gift bags for an upcoming holiday event. The bags will be handed out to kids on the front porch of the Ross Historical Center during the Christmas of Yesteryear event that will be held on Saturday, Dec. 4. Santa will also be present. Across the street at the newly named Wallace Family Learning and Innovation Center will be a train display.

Naomi Oguna, left to right, of Sidney, Noriko Izawa, of Troy, Amy Forsythe, and Shelby County Historical Society Co-President Julie Gilardi, both of Sidney, prepare gift bags for an upcoming holiday event. The bags will be handed out to kids on the front porch of the Ross Historical Center during the Christmas of Yesteryear event that will be held on Saturday, Dec. 4. Santa will also be present. Across the street at the newly named Wallace Family Learning and Innovation Center will be a train display.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/11/web1_SDN111821ChristYesteryear.jpgNaomi Oguna, left to right, of Sidney, Noriko Izawa, of Troy, Amy Forsythe, and Shelby County Historical Society Co-President Julie Gilardi, both of Sidney, prepare gift bags for an upcoming holiday event. The bags will be handed out to kids on the front porch of the Ross Historical Center during the Christmas of Yesteryear event that will be held on Saturday, Dec. 4. Santa will also be present. Across the street at the newly named Wallace Family Learning and Innovation Center will be a train display. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News