Home
PRIDE IN CONNELLSVILLE CONTEST
CONNELLSVILLE BOOK
NEWSLETTER
About Us
CONNELLSVILLE HISTORY
Officers and Membership
Braddock's Crossing
Postcards and Photos
PAVILION RENTAL
Items for Sale
Links
Contact Us

TO BE ANNOUNCED
GREAT ALLEGHENY PASSAGE

Welcome to Connellsville Arch

 SOCIETY OFFICERS 

The current Officers and Board of Directors are as follows:

OFFICERS

  1. President              Karen Hechler
  2. Vice-President       Debbie Mullaney
  3. Secretary              
  4. Treasurer              Susan Lewis

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  1. Harry Porter
  2. Gloria Porter
  3. Thomas E. Rusnack

MEMBERSHIP

Society membership is open to all who have an interest in Connellsville and local area history. 
Yearly dues are payable in April at the annual meeting. 
Dues are payable in person at a member meeting or by mail via check or money order made payable to:

CONNELLSVILLE AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
217 WEST PATTERSON AVENUE
CONNELLSVILLE, PA 15425

Dues are as follows:

  $15.00 - Individual per year
  $25.00 - Family dues including children under 18 yrs. of age.
$150.00 - Lifetime membership for anyone over 55 yrs. old

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

Click on the above "MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION" link to open a new PDF window and print the application.

Sign Guest Book  View Guest Book 
1st CITY IN FAYETTE COUNTY, PA

CONNELLSVILLE AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
217 West Patterson Avenue
Connellsville, PA 15425
Phone: 724-628-5640
Email:
chs@connellsvillehistoricalsociety.com


 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY EVENTS

FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTS
See announcement on HOME page.

MT. VERNON IRON FURNACE STAINED GLASS WINDOW

Click on the link above (a new window will open) to view the newly installed stained glass window depicting the Mt. Vernon Iron Furnace placed in the Society's future home - THE GIBSON HOUSE on West Patterson Avenue.  It was designed and crafted by Society Member and Fayette County Cultural Trust Executive Director Daniel Cocks.  The stained glass was purchased through Youghiogheny Opalescent Glass in Connellsville and Dan donated his skill, craftsmanship and time.  It was installed by Dan and Michael Edwards on Saturday, April 25, 2009.