Clifford Township Historical Society president Sandra Wilmot (top, left) and EMHR executive director Cain Chamberlin explore the Children’s Garden, which has interactive elements paralleling pre-historic times up through the Clifford area’s coal mining days. Above, members of the Troy Lions Foundations dig holes for new light posts to enhance theContinue Reading

Sandy Wilmot (top, left) of the Clifford Township Historical Society gave EMHR director Cain Chamberlin a tour of the Children’s Garden there in 2020. An EMHR Partnership/Mini-Grant will be used toward the design and installation of an interactive glacier display in the coming year. Historic Tunkhannock Walking Tour guides (above)Continue Reading

Cain Chamberlin, who became executive director of the Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) in 2018, was recently appointed president of Heritage PA, the umbrella organization for the 12 recognized Heritage Areas within Pennsylvania, five of which are also nationally recognized. Chamberlin is the first representative of the EMHR, which servesContinue Reading

In 2020, The Sayre Historical Society used an EMHR Partnership/Mini-Grant to help cover costs associated with electrifying the iconic railroad caboose outside their museum. The Endless Mountains Heritage Region will be distributing Partnership/Mini-Grants again this year to help 501(c)3 non-profit organizations start or complete projects that enhance the heritage valueContinue Reading