Middleburg/Mason-Dixon
Line Historical Society


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Directions to our meetings.

From the North
Travel south on I-81 to PA exit # 1 Mason-Dixon Line
At the traffic light go straight on 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


Site last updatedt. 06.22.15

Middleburg/Mason-Dixon
Historical Society

B A Z A A R E 

October 17, 2015

Got some items you no longer have need of? It's time to think about those items you would like to donate to the event. Items suitable for flea market and silent auction are needed. Tables are available for $10.00 ea. Please contact Mike Lushbaugh to secure tables. We will have a book sale as part of the event. Call Joann Byers at 301.790.0590, Mike Lushbaugh or Gary Mackenzie at 301.665.1677 or Willa Kaal at 717.263.1754. Please note: School text books and encyclopedias will not be accepted.

We encourage your support of the Historical Society.
Obituary
Mrs. Edna Kershner
August 24, 1918 - May 18, 2015

Our condolences go out to the family of Edna M. Kershner. She was born August 24, 1918 and passed away May 18, 2015. Edna married Walter Kershner March 10, 1945. Both Walter and Edna were members of our Historical Society. Their presence in our society and the community will be greatly missed. Edna's complete obituary is available online at the following address.
www.heraldmailmedia.com/obituaries
Thursday, September 17, 2015

      Come join us for our monthly membership meeting. Our program will feature Mr. Gary Johnson. Mr. Johnson is from Fayetteville, PA. His career with the National Transportation Safety Board for the Navy included positions in engineering, analysis and management. 
      Johnson's program will be " Lewis the Robber. " He will present facts about David Lewis who was a robber that operated in the local area from 1816 to 1820. Captured many times, he excelled in escapes, including one from the Franklin County Jail. Rouge, scoundrel, lady's man, hero, or criminal - come find out the " True " story of Davey. 
      Our programs are free and we welcome everyone who is interested on our local history to join us. Free refreshments will be served. Come join us.