Celebrating a Bay Village historianís birthday

Sally Price, center, celebrated her birthday with family and friends on June 3. Also pictured are (l-to-r) Eileen Vernon of the Bay Village Foundation and Sally’s daughters, Vicki Lubin-Price and Jill Price McLaughlin.

Sally Price celebrated her birthday with friends and family during a summer cookout at Normandy Manor in Rocky River with gifts from family and members of the community.

Sally, a knowledgeable keeper of the history of Bay Village, also headed Baycrafters and was the organization’s guiding force for several decades and had an office in the red caboose on the arts campus.

Nancy Heaton of BAYarts provided a birthday gift of a painting of the caboose, and the Observer presented a framed copy of an article about Sally that recently ran in the newspaper.

Her daughters fondly remembered the caboose from their youth, “We used to play inside there when mom used it as her office,” said Vicki Lubin-Price.

Read More on Local News
Volume 7, Issue 13, Posted 9:55 AM, 06.16.2015