Minersville Area Historical Society - Pennsylvania

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Organized March 2006 " PRESERVING THE PAST FOR THE FUTURE"

 

 Celebrating our 10th Anniversary this year!

Our next program is Wednesday, Sept. 21st, 2016:

 Author Mark Bulik presents his book 

"Sons of Molly Maguires - Irish Roots"

7PM at the Zion Church on Fourth & Lewis Streets. FREE ADMISSION.

(See flyer below)


 

See our 2016 FREE Programs & Events page for the complete list.

Thanks to all our Speakers for donating their time and talents.

Thanks to all our valued members for your continued support! 


 


 

 Next business meeting is September 14, 2016 

at 7 PM at 102 S. Third Street, our new location.

(the Asenavage home, across from the Mountaineer Fire Co.)

Members please attend. Guests are welcome.

We need help with all Committees; please volunteer today!

  

Collect all seven of our Historical Commemorative Ornaments!

See our collection of our local historical ornaments for sale. They make great gifts as well as home town remembrances. Our latest ornament is the First National Bank of Minersville, available for $18 each.  Order yours now! Histories inside bottom of each box.

 Go to:    http://minersville.net/Ornaments.html

 

 

Write to: Minersville Area Historical Society P.O. Box 577 Minersville, PA. 17954

 The Minersville Area Historical Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established to historically serve the community of Minersville, PA.  For questions or to arrange for any donations,  e-mail  Dora  at drshistory@verizon.net           All charitable donations are tax deductible.


For Genealogy help, visit the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, on the web at:  http://hsp.org    


Special thanks to Rick Ochs for being our May speaker on his Exxon service station history. He shared many stories and his memorabilia. It was an interesting evening and well attended.


 Special thanks to Hap Anthony for sharing his knowledge of his personal historic bottle collection at our June program. It was well attended.


 Also thanks to speaker and local historian Dave Pukas for his wonderful talk on the flu epidemic in "Minersville 1918" at the August program.


Want to keep your history alive?

NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME .  Dues are only $12 a year! 

"HISTORY MATTERS!" Dora Santarelli, Society President

Special thanks to Frank Reed Jr. for sponsoring our web site.

 

Come join us at:

  • our monthly meetings and learning programs
  • on a walkabout, talkabout the town
  • the Union Cemetery Decoration Day Memorial Ceremony
  • Fairlane Village Mall's Annual History Fair
  • Spirit Day in Minersville