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Non-profit faith based day program for adults with developmental disabilities.
http://www.2ndsam9.org
724-852-3063
290 West High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
ALA Unit 330 is a ladies’ organization which helps veterans and their families. The organization is located at American Legion Post 330.

724-627-6915
676 East High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370

Dedicated to scanning, digitizing and saving regional and local historical items such as vintage school pictures, military documents and photographs, sports team photos and memorabilia, and everything in between for Carmichaels and Cumberland Township.

Carmichaels Area Historical Society has over 250 years of Carmichaels and Cumberland Township in their archives. They are preserving the past for past and present residents to see.

Some items include vintage school photos, military documents, sports team photos, and memorabilia from the area. All these items can be used to trace your family history.

They offer a full service genealogical research. From not knowing where to begin, to the person that is stuck finding something, Carmichaels Area Historical Society can help you. They use websites like Ancestery.com, Newspapers.com, and many other websites to help with your search.

Carmichaels Area Historical Society is bridging the past with the future by preserving the history of Carmichaels and the towns of Cumberland Township.

Directions:

Located in the Greene Academy of Art: From Carmichaels town square exit the traffic circle toward N. Market Street and the destination will be on your right in .2 miles. (Pass the Carmichaels post office)

724-710-9248
314 North Market Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
The primary social service agency of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, serving all, regardless of religious affiliation, at their time of great need.

https://www.ccpgh.org/
724-627-6410
72 East High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Working together to improve policy and regulations for fossil fuel extraction; educate coalfield citizens; and protecting public and environmental health.

724-229-3550
14 E Beau Street
Washington, PA 15301
The Community Foundation of Greene County is a nonprofit 501 (c)3 organization that develops, manages and distributes funds for charitable purposes in the community.

http://www.cfgcpa.org/
724-627-2010
108 East High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Providing food security to residents of Greene County for over twenty years.
724-627-9784
881 Rolling Meadows Road
Waynesburg, PA 15370
The Cornerstone Genealogical Society is a non-profit unincorporated organization dedicated to preserving the genealogical history of Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Cornerstone Genealogical Society is housed in Greene County’s first court house. The log structure was built around 1800 and they have resided in that building since 1975.

The non-profit is dedicated to preserving the history of Greene County and areas around the county. They have records of obituaries, wills, funeral home, and Greene County park records.

Cornerstone Genealogical Society will assist you in finding the history of your ancestors who lived in or around Greene County.

DIRECTIONS:

Use 1-79 Exit 14 and keep right at the fork following signs for Waynesburg PA-21 West. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto East High Street. Turn left onto N. Morgan Street, turn left onto Greene Street. Shortly after the Fire Department, turn right onto N. Woods and the destination will be on the right.

724-627-5653
144 East Greene Street
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Provides equal access to information and programming for the entire community.
http://www.flenniken.org/
724-966-5263
102 East George Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320
Consisting of a stone section built c. 1790 as an Episcopal church and a brick section constructed in 1810, Greene Academy became the first school of higher learning west of the Allegheny Mountains. More than 850 children attended the Academy until it closed the doors in 1893. Among the many graduates of Greene Academy are notably A.B. Miller, Albert B. Cummins and Thomas S. Crago. Greene Academy holds free classes in painting, scrapbooking, crafting and more.

Greene Academy of Art is housed in the first school of higher learning west of the Allegheny Mountains. The academy was open from 1790 to 1893. The building was restored in the 1970’s and then it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

Many Greene County Greats attended the academy. Albert B. Cummins a politician who was an Iowa Governor and a United states Senate member representing Iowa. A.B. Miller was one of the first graduates of Waynesburg College and president of the college from 1859-1899.

The academy holds various events throughout the year. They have free art classes that include painting, scrap-booking, crafting and more. They also hold craft shows and other bigger events throughout the year.

Tours of the academy can be scheduled by calling (724)966-2731. You can also visit during the special events.

Directions:

From Carmichaels town square exit the traffic circle toward N. Market Street and the destination will be on your right in .2 miles. (Pass the Carmichaels post office)

724-966-2731
314 North Market Street
Carmichaels, PA 15320