“Stories From Potneck” on Page Two.

Honor.  Tradition.  Love.  Family.  Strength.  Courage.  Sacrifice.

All of these words, and 1,000 more, define what is found in the lives of people from Potneck.

In our newest feature, “Stories From Potneck”, PNN will share with you the power that fuels our lives.  Reading these stories will help people understand why we are proud to call ourselves “Potneckers”.

We know who we are and with these stories we remember where we came from.  These are your stories and at PNN we hope to receive them by the truckloads so that we may never run out of ways to share our love for Potneck.

Send your stories by clicking on the “Comment” section below or private message me on Facebook.

We are proud to be Potneckers and this is one place that we can show it!

A special thank you to Mitchell Earhart for providing PNN with excellent pictures from Potneck.

Special thanks, also, to our first contributors, Pamela Kay Austin via LeAnna Oliver.  Their story embodies Potneck, to the core.


4 thoughts on ““Stories From Potneck” on Page Two.

  1. I am so glad that Pamela’s story of Aunt Birdie’s pear tree was posted. I am pretty sure that the tree is down on Stimpson Road in Bumpus Mills at the place where their old house was. Most of the children of Elijah and Sennie Page and some of the grandchildren were born in that old place that is gone now. My mother was born there. Uncle EL was born in that old house, spent his life there and died in the same house. The house is gone now and the land was sold to someone else, but I am glad that there is still something there to keep the memory of the generations of our family that lived there.

  2. Just out side of FT. Henry Their was big dug out place you could pick up pieces of iron they away told me it was a iron ore mine After this story i need to walk back in the woods and in time and look Thanks for Potnecknews .com

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