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New Chairperson Wanted, Passing of the Baton:
Faye Lewis no longer wishes to be in charge of the CHS reunion. She is asking for someone or chairpersons of 2 or 3 to step up to take the responsibility. Faye has all the information ready to hand over to whoever is interested in planning the next reunion. This includes all current addresses, other contact numbers and even the decorations. She can be contacted at 570-645-9426 or at 30 East Ruddle Street, Coaldale, PA 18218.




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The Class of '64 reunion will be held at Chantilly's in Barnesville, PA. It's in an old school that has been modified to be a restaurant. It's located about a mile away from, and on the other side of the road from, the former entrance to Lakewood Park. Saturday, September 20, 2014.  Here's the website.
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Lansford Historical Society Museum

The new Lansford Historical Society Museum will now be open every Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m, according to Society President Bill Harleman. The Lansford Historical Society Museum is located at 117 East Bertsch St. in Lansford above the Panther Valley Public Library. In addition to these regular hours, the museum is also available other days and times by appointment.

Visitors will be able to view local history exhibits and artifacts donated by local residents. The Lansford local history museum started about two years ago and has been a work in progress ever since. The goal was to create a local Museum for items relating to the history of the greater Lansford area and also create an Archives Room to preserve records, photos, books, maps, newspapers and other similar fragile items related to the Lansford area.

The Archives Room is located on the lower level of the building and is climate controlled.

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