Tornado of 1924

Tornado of 1924

The Tornado of June 1924 was such a rare occasion that photographs of the storm damage were made into postcards, pictured here. Postcards provided courtesy of the Beaver Area Heritage Museum....
What Are You Reading?

What Are You Reading?

Submitted by Eleanor Stout Courtney, Beaver Resident Avid readers like to share their favorites with other book lovers. In 2017 the Book and Play Club of Beaver celebrated its 90th year. I turned 90 that same year. As a long-time member of the club, to celebrate our...
“Once A Chief,  Always A Chief”

“Once A Chief, Always A Chief”

A look back at Daniel A. Moore’s career as Chief of Beaver VFD From the Volunteer Firefighter Magazine, July 1957  —   Submitted by John Grosskopf “Once a fireman, always a fireman,’ is an old phrase, but in the case of Daniel A. Moore, it has been extended to “Once a...
Help Us Save the Pool!

Help Us Save the Pool!

The Beaver Swim and Dive Team looks forward to seeing you again this summer at the borough pool concession stand! For the second year, we’ll be running the concession stand as a fundraiser, serving up eats & treats to hungry pool patrons all summer long. 100% of...
Daughters of the  American Revolution

Daughters of the American Revolution

Submitted by Kerry Coombs, Chapter Regent On March 19, 1904, twelve women gathered at the home of Miss Sue Darragh in Beaver, PA to celebrate a piece of history they all shared – they were descendants of soldiers of the Revolutionary War. Together, these women...
Beaver Hearts the Arts

Beaver Hearts the Arts

In anticipation of the Beaver Area Heritage Foundation’s Annual Garrison Day on June 8, we would like to take you on a journey through Beaver’s history in the Arts, through present day. Beaver’s rich history of appreciation of the arts and artisanry could be traced...
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