LCHS Holds Annual Meeting and Presents Student Historian Award
The Lycoming County Historical Society held its Annual Meeting on Saturday. We were honored to present the Student Historian Award, as well as honor the Lycoming County Women’s History Collection as Volunteer of the Year. We also presented heart-felt “Thank You’s” to outgoing board members and enjoyed a presentation by William E. Nichols, Sr. Below are some highlights from the wonderful evening.
Lycoming County Historical Society President John Raymond presents award to Anna Lee Hafer.
A Student Historian Award was presented to Anna Lee Hafer for her essay concerning an object within the museum. She chose to write on the Manor Hall Dollhouse. She is a student at Williamsport Area High School. A number of students responded to the LCHS essay contest, choosing items within the museum and placing them within the relevancy of today. Students chose to write about the following objects/areas of the museum included: a Corona typewriter, the canal system of Pennsylvania, the blacksmith shop, the Greek Revival Parlor, the One-Roomed Schoolhouse, and the telephone in our General Store.
Anna’s essay, Living in the Past can be read HERE
More highlights from the evening:
Outgoing Board member Gina Campana receiving a certificate of appreciation from newly-elected Board President Chuck Luppert and Director Gary Parks.
Director Gary Parks presented outgoing Board President John Raymond with a certificate of appreciation.
William E. Nichols, Sr. speaking on “The History of Our Valley and the Williamsport Municipal Water Authority”
Director Gary Parks presenting the Volunteer of the Year Award to representatives of the Lycoming County Women’s History Collection Committee; from left: Helen Yoas, Alison Gregory, Janet Hurlbert