The Allegheny-Kiski Valley Historical Society is a non-profit, permanent institution whose primary mission is interpreting, preserving, and celebrating our cultural, industrial, and ethnic heritage of the Allegheny and Kiskiminetas river valleys in southwestern Pennsylvania, a region embracing the surrounding areas from Harmar Township north to Freeport, and east to Apollo.
The Society is committed to accomplishing this mission through the following objectives:
1. Acquiring, preserving, and professionally exhibiting historically relevant material that illustrates the history of the region;
2. Developing and facilitating cooperative partnerships among organizations with a similar mission;
3. Providing educational and outreach opportunities for the public; and
4. Serving as a catalyst for the private and public preservation, rehabilitation and/or adaptive re-use of historic sites.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Jim Thomas (president), Robert Sauro (vice president), Charles Culleiton (treasurer)
Kathy DeCroo, William Hall, Helen Strzesieski
Contact us by mail, phone, or emailAllegheny-Kiski Valley Historical Society
224 East Seventh Avenue
Tarentum, PA 15084
(724) 224-7666 email: firstname.lastname@example.org