Educational

Brief Summary: The library provides resources and services in a variety of media to meet the needs of individuals and groups for education, information and personal development including recreation and leisure.
Website Address: http://www.evakbowlby.org
Phone Number: 724-627-9776
Address: 311 N. West Street
Waynesburg, PA
ZIP Code: 15370
Brief Summary: Created to protect, enhance and support projects pertaining to aspects of the history of Greene County, Pennsylvania.
Description:

Greene County Legacy Association is here to protect, enhance and support projects that are about Greene County History. The main projects that they have worked on are the Rain Day Boys and the WW I memorial.

The Rain Day Boys are 18 Greene County soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice during WW I. On July 28-29, 1918 the Rain Day Boys were in the French countryside near Germany. They went in to relieve a French regiment in German Territory.  During the early hours of the morning was when the assault started and they were met with the Germans. Only a couple hours had passed when 17 of the boys were dead or wounded. The Rain Day Boys are remembered yearly at the Rain Day Festival that happens in Greene County.

The WW I memorial is located near the Greene County Historical Museum and behind the Greene County tennis courts. This memorial honors the 58 Greene County soldiers who lost their life during WW I.

These two projects tell the stories of Greene County. To learn more about both projects visit raindayboys.com for more information.

Directions:

From Exit 14 turn left on to PA-21 East for 1.1 miles. Turn right onto Curry Road and follow that for .6 miles. Turn right onto Rolling Meadows Road and you have reached your destination.

 

Website Address: www.raindayboys.com
Phone Number: 412-559-0537
Address: 119 North Morris Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Brief Summary: The Paul R. Stewart Museum is located in the lower level of the historic Miller Hall on Waynesburg University’s campus. The collection was obtained through Alumni who donated the different pieces.
Description:

The Paul R. Stewart Museum is located in the lower level of the historic Miller Hall. The museum has been around for over 100 years. It started when President A.B. Miller asked his colleagues to send different artifacts to him.

The museum is named after the first curator, Paul R. Stewart, class of 1909. He continued to be active with the museum through his presidency at the university.

For 57 years James D. “Fuzzy” Randolph, class of 1956, helped with the museum. Fuzzy, a household name around the university, created the first lamplighter choir.

Visit the museum to find out about natural history and Waynesburg University history. Check out the website for more information on the Paul R. Stewart Museum.

Directions:

From 79: Take exit 14 to merge on PA-21 West Toward Waynesburg for 1 mile, use the right two lanes to turn right onto US 19 N/E High Street/Mt. Morris Road for 1.5 miles, turn right onto North Morris Street. Miller Hall will be about .2 miles on the right.

From Ruff Creek: Take exit 19 towards US 19 South for 5 miles, turn left onto Wayne Street, turn Left onto North Morris Street. Miller Hall will on the right side.

Phone Number: 724-852-3214
Address: 51 West College Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Brief Summary: A Christian comprehensive University educating students to make connections between faith, learning and serving so they might faithfully transform their communities and the world.
Website Address: http://www.waynesburg.edu
Phone Number: 1-800-225-7393
Address: 51 West College Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Brief Summary: The Waynesburg Unity Trail is approximately 1.5 miles long and offers areas that will be preserved for student research and environmental restoration. The trail is still a work in progress, but it does offer sitting areas and a place for the community to get in the outdoors.
Description:

The Waynesburg Unity Trail consists of approximately 2 square miles, including 1.5 miles of walking trails and wooded areas that will be preserved for student research and environmental restoration. The goal is for the trail to be a safe place for students to learn and do research while spending time with nature. The trail is also available to the greater Waynesburg community to enjoy and appreciate nature in an urban setting.

Parking is available on East Wayne Street or at the bottom of Martin Hall on East Franklin Street. Access to the trail is at the top of the hill by Martin Hall. There are public bathrooms in the Stover Building at the top of the hill.

Directions: Take exit 14 to merge onto PA-21 W toward Waynesburg, drive 1.1 miles, use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto US-19 N/E High St/Mt Morris Rd.,
Continue to follow US-19 N/E High St. for 1.4 miles, Turn right onto N Morris St., drive 0.2 miles, Turn right at 1st Alley, destination will be on the right

 

 

Address: 51 West College Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370