Welcome to the Collingdale History Society!
The Collingdale History Society was founded February 11, 2013 to collect artifacts, documents, and images pertaining to the history of Collingdale Borough, to facilitate preservation of the Borough's historic sites, and to promote awareness of the significance of these sites, figures, and collections.
Our next meeting is Thursday, September 11th at 7 pm at the Collingdale Community Center due to officers attending the Collingdale Business and Professional Association meeting on September 9th. We are actively seeking to fill a vacant spot on our board for a Secretary. Please come to this meeting if you are interested in helping us fill this spot. Thank you!
The Business Expo has been scheduled for Thursday, October 16th from 4 pm to 7 pm at the Collingdale Community Center. Area businesses are invited to share their products and services with the community while learning more about the history of business in the borough. Get a free ad coupon book that you can use for your customers. Individuals and business are welcome to participate in this free event by sponsoring and/or taking out an ad in the ad coupon book. Details available upon request. Please fill out the below form. Thank you!
Please note that all monies received go towards the society's programs and support the local community.
We are still accepting membership dues for 2014. Benefits include a free Collingdale History Day t-shirt, and free access to events with admission fees.. T-shirts and memberships are now available to purchase via Paypal. You may also bring your membership dues to the next meeting.
If you are looking for an opportunity to make a difference in your community and preserve history for future generations, please consider becoming an active member of the society. We are an active group involved in supporting local organizations, businesses and churches in their endeavors. Interns are welcome. Please contact us here...
You can also connect with us via our Facebook page....www.facebook.com\CollingdaleHistoryProject
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