Turbotville Borough Heritage Society
The Turbotville Borough Heritage Society is dedicated to the preservation of any buildings or artifacts linked to the history and development of the Borough of Turbotville and to the memory of the people that were part of our town's growth and development.
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April 24th will be the annual “United Way Day of Action”. We will
again be participating in this event this year at the train station. If you
would like to volunteer your time to help with train station cleaning,
maintenance, landscaping, and whatever other activities we can come up with,
please contact Michael to lend your support. If you are not able to participate
in person, you can help in other ways by donating supplies, or food to feed the
The Turbotville Borough Heritage Society, Inc is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.
Please help support the efforts of our organization with your tax deductible donation.
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Becoming a member of the Turbotville Borough Heritage Society is easy and it’s FREE!!! There are NO membership dues and you don’t have to be a resident of Turbotville to become a member. Just come to one of our meetings and you’re automatically a member. If you are interested in learning about local history, assisting with the train station, doing historical research, copying, cataloging or archiving historical documents, photographing our town, scheduling events, you would be a good fit for us!!!
The heritage society meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7pm in the Turbotville Community Hall at the corners of Church and Pine Streets. Please click the “Calendar of Events” link above for more information.
Michael Sechler - President
Address: 135 Broadway Street, Turbotville, PA 17772
Edna Moser Dildine, 2nd shift operator at the Western Bell Telephone switchboard that was housed at 154 Main Street