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Regular meetings are held at 114 Valleyview Dr., Englewood, OH on the second Wednesday of each month. 7:00 p.m. April - October and 1:00 p.m. November - March.
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The History Center is open to the public. Scheduled visiting hours are from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m every Saturday from April through November, weather permitting, and also by appointment. Call 937-832-8538.

Mailing Address:
114 Valleyview Drive Englewood, OH 45322

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The President's Message
Volume 15, Issue 2
From Dick Weimer

April - 2013

The winter blahs are about to pass and a new burst of spring is about to break out. This is the time of year when we think of new growth, new ideas, and new ways of doing things. So let's think of new ways we can help our Society. Let’s become team builders and give serious thought to various ways we can help our society continue to grow and prosper.

I am sure most of you would like to see us continue to improve. We can all help this cause by becoming fully committed to the Randolph Township Historical Society. Tell your neighbors and friends about us, and our holdings. Share with them how we are expanding our capabilities. Mention the programs and exciting exhibits we have and how we are diligently striving to preserve the heritage of our community. If we all take up this challenge of sharing what we have and our love for preserving our history, we can spread the word about our society all over our communities.

We can also show support by joining in the "15 for 15" Over-the-Top Fund Drive. We can register for our Lunch and Learn programs. Bring a friend or neighbor to one of our public events. Donate items for the June 6 & 7 Flea Market/Garage Sale at Mill Ridge. Volunteer to help on Saturdays, either as a host or with cataloging and filing in the archives room.  We have several openings on committees so you can volunteer to serve on one and learn from the inside about your society. Remember, you are the society – come and help put your stamp on our activities. Many hands lighten the load and new ideas strengthen the programs. Come and show your Northmont Pride. Remember, the more you give to the Society, the more it can give back to you.

Dick Weimer