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The Cat's Meow Village collectables showcasing Corry's architectural treasures, past and present, are available for sale in the museum. We appreciate our generous benefactor, Nancy Turner, who donated the items. We are selling the buildings for $5 each and the smaller items for $3.oo each. Collectables include: Armory, City Park cannon, High School, Elks Club, Country Peddler, Mt. Laurel bush, Civil War statue, Water Company, First United Methodist Church, Corry Journal, City Building, Museum, Christian Science Reading Room, and the Day Lily Inn. Stop by the museum on Thursdays from 10am-1pm, Saturdays from 10am-1pm, or contact us to purchase these items. There are only a few of the High School and Armory items left for purchase.
We welcome new members and volunteers as we are making new plans for projects and events. Our Mission is to collect and preserve (or present to the Historical Museum Building) any article or articles pertaining to the history of the Corry Area, which encompasses the Corry Area School District. In addition, we would like to acknowledge the work of the volunteers who work on the archives and more on Thursdays and all of the Board members. Many volunteers and visitors give their time, talent, and donations to support the museum. We have a great organization and wonderful community! There is no admission fee to enter the museum. We always appreciate a donation, although none is expected. We rely on the generosity of the community and guests.
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