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 Post subject: Group urges historic marker in Centralia
PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 5:26 pm 
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Group urges historic marker

BY JOHN E. USALIS
POTTSVILLE REPUBLICAN & HERALD
December 3, 2008

CENTRALIA — If approval is secured and funds are raised, the Borough of Centralia could have its own state historical marker sometime in 2009.

Local historian Thomas J. Dempsey, Girardville, is the founder of the Centralia-Conyngham History and Genealogy Group, a Yahoo! Internet Web site with more than 650 members who can share information and photos and leave messages with other members. Dempsey attended Monday’s monthly borough council meeting to explain the effort to obtain a marker from the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission.

“We, meaning our Internet history group for Centralia and Conyngham Township, are striving to get the commonwealth to erect a Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission historical marker in Centralia,â€

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As of 3 days ago, Tom got more than enough donations to cover the cost.

Per the posts on the Centcon yahoo group
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