Creation of the Malvern Historical Commission
In 1983 the Borough Council passed Ordinance No. 83–12 creating the Malvern Historical Commission. The purpose of the commission was designated to be to “locate, name and preserve for posterity significant architectural, natural and other historic sites within the boundaries of the Borough of Malvern.”
Our ongoing work includes the logging of the many artifacts acquired by the borough over the years. We welcome residents interested in joining us in this exciting work.
All Meetings start at 7:30 PM unless otherwise noted.
|Tuesday, August 14||Agenda|
|Tuesday, July 24||Agenda|
|Tuesday, July 10||CANCELLED|
|Tuesday, June 26||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday, June 12||Agenda|
|Tuesday, May 22||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday, April 10||Agenda|
|Tuesday, March 27||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday, February 27||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday, January 23||Agenda|
|Tuesday, January 9||Agenda||Minutes|
Historical Commission Members
The Malvern Historic Commission is always looking for volunteers who have an interest in historical preservation. The Commission may be reached via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Like us on Facebook.
|Lynne Frederick, Chair|
|Barbara Rutz, Vice-Chair|
|Catherine O. Raymond, Esq., Treasurer|
|Kelly Schmitt, Secretary|
Malvern Borough and two other local Municipalities are engaged in an effort to create a walking trail that connects three Chester County Revolutionary War sites, including the Paoli Massacre site.
Malvern Sampler Video
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Women in Malvern
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