Thank you to
Brian's Country Market, Dave's Place, and
Stanford Farms for their contributions
Please note that your use of the township faculties is at your own risk
There have been problems with Vehicles parking and blocking snow plows and Anti-Skid applications. Please be aware that blocking roads from other vehicles passing through can cause issues with EMERGENCY VEHICLES. That response can be for your family or your home.
THINK BEFORE YOU PARK on TOWNSHIP ROADS.
Weekdays games begin at 6 PM.
Saturday games begin at 10 AM.
The Meadville Area Free Medical Clinic offers FREE MEDICAL SERVICES to residents of Crawford County. The services are available to residents between the ages of 18 and 65 who have no medical insurance or are not eligible for medical insurance. The clinic is open Monday 9-12, Wednesday 9-4, Thursday 9-12 & 7-9, and Friday 9-12. Most of the staff volunteer their time, from physicians, nurses, and the office staff. The patients receive their services at no cost.The phone is 814-337-7166. The location is 216 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335. If you are in need of medical care and lack insurance, or you can volunteer your time, or contribute money contact them.
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NOTE: The lower driveway entrance to the Rec area (nearest Route 77), is no longer available.
The John Brown Heritage Association which owns and maintains the old, one-half acre, John Brown tannery site on the south side of New Richmond ---- on the John Brown Road about 800 feet from the State Road, Route #77, ---- is open for public visitation. There are two large interpretive displays located there and off-street parking is available.
The Association has a spring meeting on Thursday, May 11th, at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Room in the basement of the Cribbs Home, Wesbury in Meadville, at which time a topic of historical interest on mid-19th century American life is presented.
The small museum owned by Gary and Donna Coburn on the old John Brown farm across the road from the tannery site is currently closed. However, site improvements are scheduled for the Coburn’s property this spring and summer, and the public can walk to the old Brown family cemetery at the top of the hill behind the Coburn’s residence.