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Barrett Township Historical Society

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Barrett Township Historical Society

General Meetings on the third Friday of each month are at 7:00PM.

The Barrett Township Historical Society would like to announce that they now have available for sale their annual Calendar.  The price of the calendars is $6.00.  They can be purchased at Theo. B. Price Country Store ~ Route 390 in Cresco or the Barrett Paradise Friendly Library ~ also located on Route 390 in Cresco.

The Barrett Township Historical Society was formed July 30, 1993. There were 66 charter members.

The mission statement of the Society is to promote the history of Barrett Township and surrounding area. The service of the Society is dedicated to educating diverse audiences through a variety of resources and programs.

Goals include: preserving information about the township and its people; promoting, collecting and preserving historical research; collecting and preserving historical artifacts; collecting information relative to the growth and development of the population and developing educational programs to all age groups.

The Barrett Township Historical Society is a 501c3 corporation. All contributions are tax deductable.

Additional Info

  • Address: Route 191/390 & Sand Spring Road
  • Address 2: PO Box 358
  • City: Mountainhome
  • State: Pennsylvania
  • Zip: 18326
  • Phone: 570-595-6157
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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