One order of business at the annual membership meeting of the Endless Mountains Heritage Region was to confirm a new slate of officers, including (from left) Treasurer Marion Sweet, Secretary Melanie Norton, President Sandy Wilmot, and Vice President Tom Henson. The Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) board met at American
Clifford Township Historical Society member Mark Wilmot (left) displays one of two engines that once powered Yarns Cider Mill in Clifford Township, Susquehanna County. The Historical Society’s efforts to restore the mill and several other historic structures in the community is indicative of projects supported by grants secured by Endless
Clifford Township Historical Society associates welcomed board members from Endless Mountain Heritage Region to Susquehanna County on June 18. Among those celebrating the successful partnership between the two agencies were (from left) CTHS members Linda Parlanti, Shirley Granger, and Ruth Knighton; Debra Velunas (representing Rep. Sandra Major); Tom Yoniski (representing Sen.
Photos by Sandra Carr/ Story by Rick Hiduk Sullivan County Historical Society President Melanie Norton (second from left) unveils a new interpretive sign at Ricketts on the border of Sullivan and Wyoming Counties on May 24 in the company of (from left) author and historian Charles Petrillo, Endless Mountains Heritage
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Unveiling a new logo to designate the Seneca Trail in Wyoming County on Thursday morning were (from left) Endless Mountain Heritage Region Executive Director Phil Swank, Eaton Township Supervisor Randy Ehrenzeller, graphic artist Betsy Green, Carson Waterman of the Seneca Nation, Township Secretary Brenda
The Sugar Runners, comprised of (from left) David Buck, Chris Turrell, Lydia Whipple, and Megan Hatley braved the drizzly weather of April 26 to pull this trash up from the banks of the Susquehanna River as part of a larger Great American Cleanup of PA event. Endless Mountains Heritage Region
By Rick Hiduk A Management Action Plan for Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) gathered steam last week, as consultants from Peter J. Smith & Company met with a wide cross section of residents from Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties who are concerned about balancing heritage and progress in the