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February  16th  


Join us  Saturday morning, February 16th from 9 ‘til noon. 

 Harrisburg Fire Dept. Historian Dave Houseal will present his second in a continuing series on 


“Harrisburg Then and Now:

As Seen Through the Lens of HFD’s Beacon Rays".

 

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Free admission, free parking, refreshments and plenty of camaraderie.  This is for anyone who enjoys local history.    




The Annual Meeting  had a great turnout and new


officers were elected. 


Welcome aboard President Kevin Gill 


                  Are you interested in History?                   Meeting people? 


Do you have some free time and looking to get a little more involved as a volunteer? 


If so, we may interest you.  We are an all-volunteer history museum in Harrisburg that needs your help.  Staffed by a friendly, congenial group we welcome you to join us.   



 If interested and want to attend, please email Dave at HFD82@aol.com.     


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