Allison-Antrim Museum Inc

Allison-Antrim Museum Inc
Allison-Antrim Museum Inc is listed in the Museums category in Greencastle, Pennsylvania. Displayed below is the only current social network for Allison-Antrim Museum Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Allison-Antrim Museum Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

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365 S Ridge Ave
Greencastle, PA 17225
(717) 597-9010

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Allison-Antrim Museum is closed today, Saturday, September 23, 2017

Although the warm temperatures and the next few days belie the fact, today is the last day of Summer - the Autumnal Equinox. ~ Enjoy the last of the equal hours of dark & light... ~ For tomorrow daylight will be shorter than the night. ~ For the science and history of Autumnal Equinox celebrations, especially the Mayans, visit:

It is with great sadness that I share the passing of long-time Allison-Antrim Museum board member, Dr. James "Jim" Craig Jr, who passed away yesterday morning. Jim was a charter member of Allison-Antrim Museum, Inc. and then came on the board January 1, 2000, over 17 1/2 years ago. He served as Vice President for many, many years; spoke at a monthly meeting about the history of the McLaughlin Hotel (his mother's father built the hotel); loaned a number of his collections for special exhibits, such as his GA baseball collection in the photograph & his antique car; and participated in several of the Old Home Week Reminiscing sessions. He was also a beloved dentist to several generations of children in the community. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace, my friend. Zimmerman Funeral Home link to Jim's obituary:

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ONLY One More Week to Get Your Tickets! for... ~ 6th ANNUAL FALL HARVEST DINNER FUNDRAISER! ~ WHEN: Saturday, September 30, 5:30 pm, in Allison-Antrim Museum’s restored German Bank Barn, 365 S Ridge Ave, Greencastle, PA 17225 ~ MENU: Roasted Pork Roulade; Roasted Rosemary & Lemon Chicken; zucchini, fresh corn & tomatoes; butter whipped potatoes; fresh spinach salad w/strawberries & hot bacon dressing; From Scratch yeast rolls; blueberry & strawberry tarts with egg custard and sweetened whipped cream; Sparkling Lemonade, Blue Heron Blend coffee, and water. ~ CATERED by From Scratch Catering & Event Planning ~ SPEAKER: Daniel Vermilya, National Park Service Ranger in Gettysburg, returns ~ TOPIC: PowerPoint presentation on " From the Battlefield to the White House: The Civil War Careers of post-Civil War Presidents." ~ During the 40 years after the Civil War, every president, except for Grover Cleveland, had one thing in common – they were Civil War veterans. Join historian Daniel Vermilya to learn more about how the war shaped the lives and careers of Rutherford Hayes, James Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, and William McKinley, all of whom went from the battlefields of the Civil War to the highest office in the land. ~ Tickets: $35/person with the tax deductible portion being $16. ~ GREAT FOOD! ~ Please call 717.597.9010 now to make reservations and get your tickets. ~ OR online at PayPal (credit cards accepted): Your receipt is your ticket. Please bring it with you. ~ RSVP by Monday, September 25, 2017

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American History - 235 years ago ~ August 7, 1782, George Washington designed what is known today as the Purple Heart. It was originally known as the Badge of Military Merit. ~ The first image is of the original Badge of Military Merit. ~ Washington's purpose for the badge was that it be given "for any singularly meritorious action." ~ Only three Revolutionary soldiers were given the Badge of Merit by George Washington - Sgt Elijah Churchill, 2nd Reg, Light Dragoons; Sgt William Brown, 5th Connecticut Reg; Sgt Daniel Bissell, 2nd Connecticut Reg ~ A privilege of having been awarded the Badge of Military Merit allowed the recipients to pass through any Revolutionary War checkpoints without being questioned. ~ No further badges were given until after WWI. On January 7, 1931, Army Chief of Staff Gen. Douglass MacArthur revived the process begun in 1927 to reinstate the giving of the medal. It was redesigned (the familiar image we recognize today) and was renamed The Purple Heart. The Purple Heart medal became official on February 22, 1932, the 200th anniversary of George Washington's birth. ~ UNLIKE THE Revolutionary War, today's Purple Heart is only given to those servicewomen and men who have been killed in action, wounded in action, or to POWs who suffered mistreatment. ~ Recipients: WWI - 32,518 WWII - 1,076,245 Korean War - 118,650 Vietnam War - 351,794 Persian Gulf - 607 Afghanistan War - 7,027 Iraq War - 35,321 ~ Be sure to stop by AA Museum to see the WWI exhibit. Allison-Antrim Museum is regularly open Tuesday-Friday, noon to 4 pm & Saturday, 11 am to 1 pm.