The Greene-Dreher Historical Society recently announced the launch of their newly redesigned website and their 2018 Business Partners.
Diane Smith, board member, demonstrated the navigation of the new site for members at a recent meeting. “The new website at greenedreherhs.org features so many of our images; users will get a sense of the scope of our operations at the museum and in the community at first visit,” said Ellen Drake, board member.
The complete calendar of events, collections, news items, and services provided by the society are easily accessible in this user-friendly site. Donations and purchases of the Society’s publications can be facilitated by using the website. “The visitors to our website will really enjoy the look and ease of navigation,” continued Drake.
Local businesses in Greene and Dreher Township have once again generously responded to help the Society in their mission to preserve the history of their townships. The Business Partners sponsor events through the year, and the Society hopes to focus the attention of our visitors and members on the need to shop for goods and services locally.
The Greene-Dreher Historical Society would like to thank the following Business Partners: AJ’s Automotive, Blueberry Hill Furniture Village, Comfort Inn: Pocono Lakes Region, Country Girls Salon, Dime Bank, Dirlam Brothers Lumber and Greentown Agway, Dutch’s Market, Edwards Sand & Stone, Eye Associates of Paupack, French Manor Inn & Spa, Frey Fetsock Funeral Home, Holley Ross Pottery, J&J Log and Lumber, Keystone Propane, Olsommer-Clarke Insurance Group, Palazzi Landscape Gardening, Peter Porter Realty, Roger’s Car Care, Silver Birches Resort, Stone Silo Foods, and Tammy Clause, Esq.
The next presentation at the Peggy Bancroft Hall,”Tobyhanna—From Artillery Range to Signal Depot” by Kristyn Smith will be sponsored by Stone Silo Foods on Monday, June 4 at 1:00 PM.
The Alumni Open House at the museum will be held on Saturday, June 9 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM and is sponsored by Country Girls Salon. Alumni and the public are welcome. A complete calendar of 2018 events is available on the new website and on Facebook.