The historic 1920 Benton Ballou house located at 119 E. Princeton Street in Ontario is the site of our April 8th dinner potluck meeting.  Significance: Benton Ballou was one of Ontario’s early pioneers. He had extensive holdings in peach orchards and owned the patent on a peach pitting machine, which he eventually sold to Norton Simon. He was also the original owner of what is known today as Hofer Ranch.


As this is a private residence RSVPs are mandatory. Adults only. Please see flyer above for further details.

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