Clifford Township Historical Society, Inc., is a non-profit organization and its mission is the collection, documentation and preservation of historical information and memorabilia relating to the early settlement of Clifford and the surrounding areas with the goal of fostering in our residents an appreciation of our area’s rich history through community programs, exhibits and events which reflect and fulfill those interests.
Some of our projects include the Hoover School renovation, our semi-annual Adopt-a-Highway clean-ups, and the Chautauqua 2009 Event. Exciting progress is being made in the renovation of the Yarns Cider Mill at The Suraci Farm. Visit the Hoover School page for photos and information on that project. Check out the continuous upgrades to our Museum of Local History.
“Comprised of approximately two dozen supportive and dedicated volunteers who give generously and tirelessly of their time and talents, their energy and skills, the Society looks to each of its historical projects as fun challenges to ensure Clifford’s past is indeed kept alive for future generations. One might say theirs are gifts of foresight that keep on giving.”
Dugout Canoe and Mural Display Open House
3rd Sunday each month, year round, – 1-4 pm