District Listed on Register

25 Years Ago


April 23, 2020

Herald of April 20, 1995

The Roaring Spring Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Borough officials were notified by the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission that the official listing took place on March 3. A similar nomination for the Williamsburg Historic District had been approved by the state and was expected to receive federal approval soon.

The Roaring Spring Rotary Club changed its meeting location from the Spring House Restaurant to the Taylor Building along Route 164 at the main entrance of the Spring Cove Middle School. The breakfast meeting time remained the same, 7:15 a.m. Tuesdays.

Boy Scout Troop 484 of Woodbury held a Court of Honor at the Woodbury Community Center. Two of the members, William E. McKnight Jr. and Tom McElwee, were recognized for receiving their Eagle Scout awards earlier. John Speicher received his Life rank.

Jarrett Musselman, 11, of Claysburg finished the past wrestling season with a record of 51-0.


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