Red Lion Area Historical Society

Red Lion Pennsylvania History and Collections

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Hoss’ Fundraiser

Please join us this Sunday, Sep 24! You get a delicious meal and we get a percentage of your check. It is a win-win! You must print out the message below and print it with you for your meal to count.

 

Dear Friend of Red Lion Historical Society:

We are excited to team up with Hoss’s Steak and Sea House to raise money for a very worthy cause. Please consider visiting the Hoss’s location(s) listed below on 9/24/2017 to aid us in raising money to benefit Red Lion Historical Society.

Print this email and present it on 9/24/2017 at Hoss’s in York East
Hoss’s will then donate 20%* or 25%** of your total check paid to Red Lion Historical Society

*To qualify for the 20% payout, our group must have a minimum of $300.00 in total pre-tax food and beverage sales.
**To qualify for the 25% payout, our group must have a minimum of $1,200.00 in total pre-tax food and beverage sales.
This applies to a one-day, single location, pre-scheduled event. The purchase of gift cards is not included as part of your organization’s community fundraising totals.

DISTRIBUTING INVITATIONS ON HOSS’S PROPERTY IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED AND WILL DISQUALIFY OUR ORGANIZATION! Thank you for your cooperation!

Group #69396

Please print and present this email when ordering. See the attached file for the entire Community Night agreement. 

September’s Membership Meeting

On September 28, 2017, we will present Ms.  Jennifer Henderson, archivist from the Milton S Hershey Foundation, who will speak on  Before there was Hershey, Milton Hershey and Lancaster. She will tell us about Mr. Hershey’s early years. We will learn about HB Reese, local York County candy man too! He got his start in the Bridgeton/Woodbine area and some of his relatives belong to the Red Lion Area Historical Society!  Please join us.

All meetings, unless otherwise noted, are held at St. John UCC on North Main St and begin at 7:00 P.M.  Parking is available off the alley behind the church.  The lot can be accessed via East Gay Street.  Please feel free to invite friends and family.  These events are open to the general public totally free of charge.

May Meeting

The Red Lion Area Historical Society will hold its regular monthly meeting on May 25, 2017. The featured speaker will be railroad buff, Walter Holloway. He will share the history of the narrow gauge railroads. They eventually were merged to create the famous Ma and Pa Railway that was so influential in the growth of the communities of southern York County.

The meeting will be held at St John’s UCC, 161 North Main Street, Red Lion, at 7:00 pm. Entrance is off the parking lot behind the church. All meetings are free and open to the public.

Spring Banquet

Thank you to everyone who registered for our Spring Banquet! We have received raffle prizes from Utz, Shady Maple, Dawn Foods, Weis Markets and AF Barnett. If you have the opportunity, please patronize these businesses. We certainly appreciate their generosity.  Don’t forget your lucky charm Friday night–you would love to win one of these prizes!

March Meeting

The Red Lion Historical Society will hold its monthly meeting on March 23, 2017, at 7:00, at St John’s UCC, 161 North Main Street, Red Lion. Our program will be on preserving and renovating old buildings for new uses. Architect Frank Dittenhafer II, FAIA, LEED AP will show several of his firm’s award-winning local transformations. See his firm’s web site here:  http://www.murphdittarch.com/

Parking is behind the church. Enter the door off the lot. We will cancel the meeting if Red Lion School District cancels or dismisses classes early.

You Shop; We Benefit

 

Our February Meeting

Please join us on February 23, 2017, for our annual Show and Tell program.  Bring an item that you can share with the group. It doesn’t have to be antique or have great monetary value; it only has to be something that you find interesting.  We’ll have our expert, Mr. Bob Frutiger, on hand to add his thoughts and answer any questions.  Our meetings begin at 7:00 pm and are held at St John’s UCC, North Main Street, Red Lion. Parking is behind the church. We’ll cancel if Red Lion schools are canceled for a snow day.

Our January Meeting

Our first meeting of 2017 will be held on January 26, at 7:00 pm. Our own historian, Jan Barnhart, will give a slideshow presentation. Our Society has a fascinating collection of old photographs. We will view some of the more interesting ones that are rarely seen. They chronicle the history of the Red Lion area with pictures of buildings, events and people.

All meetings, unless otherwise noted, are held at St. John UCC on North Main St and begin at 7:00 P.M. Parking is available off the alley behind the church. The lot can be accessed via East Gay Street.

Cancellation Policy: Our monthly meetings will be cancelled if the Red Lion School District cancels or dismisses school early on the day of the meeting. If school is only delayed, we will meet as scheduled.

Welcome to Red Lion History Online!

Welcome to the new Red Lion Area Historical Society blog page. We will shortly begin providing more exciting news online for our members and guests. Thanks for your patience.

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