Tuscarora Academy Gearing Up for Summer Opener!

Society Member Offering “Challenge Match”

Our Harshbarger’s Fund-Raiser Tuesday is Apr 27, 2021 but this time, there is an added incentive for you to visit the

One of our Society members, Kathleen Cargill of Duluth, MN, has offered $400 in matching funds. She has a local
connection. Her father, born John Charles Weber, was the son of John Edmund Weber and Anne Elizabeth “Lizzie”
Morrison of Mifflintown, PA.

For every dollar spent at Harshbarger’s, she will match it dollar for dollar up to $400. How generous of her to support
the Juniata County Historical Society in this way.
Remember, you need to have a coupon to present at the time you order, or a picture of it on your phone. But it applies
at both the Mifflintown and McVeytown locations, and it also applies to gift certificates.

Thanks for your support!

Local First Program – An Easy Way to Give

Voicemail Issues

Due to current issues with our voicemail system, please know that if you call and leave a message we will not be able to get it. If possible send is an email to jchs1931@juniatacountyhistoricalsociety.org with you inquiry. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Academia Covered Bridge to be Featured on DIY Network

A June 28th episode of the DIY network show Barnwood Builders will feature the Academia Covered Bridge! Hosts Tim and Alex will be going throught the construction of the bridge as well as the history. This will be an episode you don’t want to miss! More information on the show overall can be found at the Barnwood Builders site.

Source: https://www.diynetwork.com/shows/barnwood-builders