The Monongahela Area Historical Society
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Monongahela Area Historical Society is organized to preserve and tell the history of the Monongahela Area.
Programs and Services
- The Monongahela Area Historical Society functions today as a monthly meeting organization which has become a strong voice in the community on such issues as: historic preservation, community development, "sense of community identity", and quality of life.
- The Monongahle Area Historical Society (MAHS) provides monthly meeting speakers, features community events such as: Evening With Mark Twain in June, Ye Olde Auction in September, and autumn ghost walks, and operates a museum at 320 Main Street, Monongahela, and serves an archive to the community. The MAHS archives are being digitized in order to become more accessible to the local and online communities.
- The Monongahela Area Historical Society (MAHS) is serving as the financial depository for the Monongahela Homecoming 2019, Monongahela Area sestercentennial celebration.
- The Monongahela Area Historical Society cooperates with other historical society on joint ventures and exhibits. We contributed to the 2015 Civil War Exhibit in Donora. In 2017 MAHS is cooperating with the Elizabeth Township Historical Society on a Mark Twain Program.
Primary Revenue Sources
Fundraising Events, Dues, Donations, Grants
Primary Fundraising Event
Autumn Ghost Walks
|Federal Tax ID||25-1442310|
|Address:||230 West Main Street|
Monongahela, PA, 15063
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