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Directions to our meetings.

From the North
Travel south on I-81 to PA exit # 1 Mason-Dixon Line
Merge right onto PA 163 
Go to the STOP sign, US 11
The Ruritan Park is straight across US 11

From the South
Travel north on I-81 to PA exit # 1 Mason-Dixon Line
At the traffic light turn left on PA 163
Go to the STOP sign, US 11
The Ruritan Park is straight across US 11
NOTICE: Due to the threat of inclement weather, the decision was made to cancel the Historical Society Meeting that was scheduled for November 15th. Please exercise caution on the roads! 
Welcome All!

We hope everyone is enjoying the cooler days as we approach autumn. Mark your calendar for Thursday October 18 at 7:00. Our program will be presented by 
Mr. Ted Larew. Ted will enlighten us on the history of the Moss Springs Cemetery and the restoration that has been done at the cemetery. Come and join us for this interesting part of our local history in Greencastle and Antrim Township here in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Refreshments will follow and the public is invited to join us for the evening

Also On The Horizon!
Our program for November will be guest speaker, Gary Johnson. Gary will present an interesting program titled   " Whipped for Wife Beating ". It's difficult to think that the last known case of such action took place in the 1950's in America. Gary is a resident of Franklin County, PA, living in Fayetteville. Mr. Johnson holds a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Virginia Tech and a Masters Degree in Systems Management from Southern California. Over the past 35 years he has held positions in engineering, logistics, and computer support relating to Naval Aviation. Gary's interest in the subject began with a request by the Potomac Street Irregulars to prepare a presentation for that group. The topic was bizarre enough for him to want to investigate it further. Gary is an avid historian and his findings are indeed a look back into our early history.

Come join us for this exciting evening. As always, refreshments will follow the program and the public is invited to attend these free presentations. So mark your calendar for November 15 at 7:00.
Hope to see you there! 

Last updated  2018.11.14.18  0850