Lori Mitchell, CTA
A Truly Magical Place
From my first visit to Gettysburg in 2002, I was entranced with its beauty, its majestic views, its 6,000 acres of battlefield. Captivating civilian stories and accounts of thousands of brave men and women (yes, there were women!) who gave their last full measure of devotion on these fields.
There is no place like home in Gettysburg. This town has so much to offer in the way of food, history, great shopping, museums, NPS talks, antique hunting, period music, wineries and battlefields at the finger tips of every local and visitor. Gettysburg may be a small town, but we’re big on ideas, creativity and an endless amount of things to do to enhance the visitor’s experience. I’m proud to live here and excited about sharing this precious gem with visitors and locals alike.
I’ve combined a lifetime of learning as a prior business owner of several companies as well as 20 plus years as an Event Planner. I can’t think of a better way to combine the elements of the things that I love best – people, food & wine and events!
I hope you enjoy your tour, and if you do, pass along the good word to others. I also hope your visit to Gettysburg ignites a curiosity to learn more about this truly fascinating place. While on our tour, I invite you to create your own Gettysburg experience based on the wonderful people you will meet during your stay here and the fine food establishments that you’ll encounter. As I always say, there’s no better way to learn about a town than to eat your way through it!
Kari GreenwaltSGFT Tour Guide
Kari Greenwalt is a military historian who has previously worked in museum education at sites including the David Wills House and National Museum of Civil War Medicine. She currently works for Gettysburg College in the classics and history departments. As a certified tourism ambassador (CTA) for the Journey Through Hallowed Ground, she taught tourism classes as a volunteer for five years. In 2012, Kari received Destination Gettysburg’s Tourism Star Award. Additionally, she was recognized as the CTA of the Year for the Journey Through Hallowed Ground in 2013. A resident of Gettysburg since 2010, she enjoys exploring area’s many restaurants, wineries and culture. Kari joined Savor Gettysburg Food Tours in August 2021. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to combine her many passions to give exceptional tours of Gettysburg’s rich food and wine scene.
Larry KorczykLicensed Battlefield Guide & SGFT Tour Guide
Larry Korczyk is a Licensed Battlefield Guide at Gettysburg National Military Park and serves as Vice President of the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides. One of his recent achievements is a co-author of a book called Top Ten at Gettysburg, published March 2017, as well as a co-author on the book General Jackson and General Lee. Since 2002, Larry has been a Civil War reenactor with the 2nd Rhode Island Infantry Volunteers, acting as Company Commander. A long-standing member of the Robert E. Lee Civil War Round Table, and the chairman of the James I. Robertson, Jr. Literary Prize for Confederate History. Larry’s passion and love for history are reflected in each and every tour that he gives.
Alicia HandaSGFT Tour Guide
Alicia Handa left New York in 2016 for a fresh start. Given her love of history, especially the Civil War, Gettysburg was her obvious choice. She loves learning all aspects of the battle, military and civilian, and how these events shaped the Gettysburg of today. Alicia is an online advertising manager for an event production company in NY and since March of 2018 became a docent at the Shriver House, giving the civilian’s account of those three days in July 1863. She joined Savor Gettysburg Food Tours in June of 2018 to share her love of Gettysburg’s incredible food and wine scene as well as giving folks a different part of our town’s history.
Gayle UnderwoodSGFT Tour Guide
Take a Savor Gettysburg Food Tour and meet the vivacious and engaging, Gayle Underwood! Gayle taught high school social studies in Florida for over thirty years before coming to Gettysburg in 1998. By combining her passion for Gettysburg’s history and her teaching skills, Gayle began working as a tour guide at the Shriver House Museum where she has led tours for the last nineteen years. We at Savor Gettysburg have been blessed to have her as a Food Tour Ambassador since 2020. On the off season you can find Gayle giving tours in Old Pensacola Village, Florida. Join us for one of our tours to meet Gayle!
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