Mission Statement:

The mission of the Sugar Valley Historical Society is to increase the knowledge and understanding of our area's history and culture. The society will collect and preserve buildings, artifacts, and research materials illustrative of the life in the Sugar Valley area and of the people and their culture. The Sugar Valley Historical Society will offer exhibits and programs for the education and enjoyment of the general public.

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 *Our next meeting is August 17, 2014 at 2:00 PM in the museum

Our chicken Bar B Q and     open house is ....
      Sept 27, 2014
     at the museum

Our Bull Run (Sugar Grove) School and museum  .... taken  September  2013 


Sugar Valley's 175th Anniversary

Sugar Valley is celebrating their 175th anniversary in 2015. Many plans have begun for celebrations.

July 17, 18 & 19, 2015

will have many events planned ... a play, a beard contest, crowning a queen, a parade, a festival, a church service and an old fashioned ball game and box social.

 Also, S.V.  commemorative crocks will be sold, and a book on the history of Sugar Valley as well as other items.

contact Kim Geisewite, Jame Reidell, Helen Imes , Ivy Dolan or Yvonne Weaver for more information and on ways to help .......

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Inside the restored Sugar Grove / Bull Run School

The school is open by appointment for tours and student field trips.

 ..........................call 570-725-3438 or 3041 or 3411


Election of officers at the April 2014 meeting  ~

Our  officers for          2014-15    are :

President  : Steve Weaver

Vice Pres.  Grady Leiter

Secretary:  Jane Rossman

Treasurer:  Helen Imes

Trustees: Anthony Rishel, Chuck Sweeny, John Carey

We are collecting used ink jet cartridges and old cell phones . We get a percentage for what we turn in and also if you purchase ink cartridges through them we get a percentage. so get your used items to any member and also visit  www.planetgreenrecycle.com/svhistory

McElhatten  Run   / Rosecrans  Falls             

photo by Hannah Jo Weaver    - Dec 24, 2010

Logan Mills  Covered Bridge - taken Feb. 2011

Clinton County's only  remaining covered bridge

The Mill at Logan Mills       photo by Blayne Weaver

currently owned by Glenn  Vernon and Claudia Albertine