2019 Membership Drive!!!!
The New Year is upon us!!! We exist thanks soley to all of you who support us throughout the year, and we cannot extend thanks enough!!! If you are interested in Joining our Society for 2019, please follow the link below to the Membership area of our website! Membership includes 10% off Gift Shop purchases, our quarterly newsletter the Tenmile Historical Review (We are in the process of revising and updating our newsletter to contain more Historical Content as well as showing all of you what we have going on throughout the year!) and free admission to the Greene County Historical Museum as well as the use of our archival library.
Thank you again for all of your support, and don't forget we need Volunteers!!! Details below!
It's winter time at GCHS, and that's when we take care of everything that needs to be done to get ready for opening day, April 27th 2019! There is lots to be done around here, but we cannot do it alone, we need YOUR HELP!
If you are interested in Volunteering at GCHS please look at the link below and fill out one of our volunteer sheets so we can update our files, and if you have filled one out in the past, we would certainly appreciate an update so we know how to contact you and let you know what's going on here at the GCHS!!
The Greene County Historical Society Museum continues to be a self-supporting, non-profit organization that has served as the caretaker of local written and physical histories since 1925. We maintain a historic 52-room museum at the former Greene Hills Poor Farm, as well as a restored cabin, an agricultural barn, a print house and a railroad house on 17 acres of land.
The Greene County Historical Society represents every citizen of Greene County and its surrounding areas. Our responsibility is to preserve the wonderful stories of our forefathers and maintain the artifacts of our shared history to educate generations to come. Keeping up with this philosophy, we have a variety of historical and cultural events that celebrate the common culture and heritage of our communities throughout the summer and autumn that are open to all.