YOUR HOMETOWN — McGaheysville: The Story Of A Community

Ruritans Spread Word On Village’s Past, Present

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Posted: March 14, 2013

Don Hess, public relations and membership officer for the McGaheysville Ruritan Club, holds a copy of “The McGaheysville Story,” a recent publication about the history of the unincorporated village of McGaheysville. Ruritans hope “The McGaheysville Story” will inform people about the club’s role in the community as well as tell the town’s history. Hess says a main goal of the publication is recruiting manpower for the club’s service activities. Photo by Nikki Fox / DN-R.
Don Hess flips through pages of "The McGaheysville Story" highlighting Town Hall renovations made in the 1930s. In addition to serving as a meeting place for the community's Ruritan Club, the hall also is used by extension homemakers, for Girl Scout and church activities, and voting. Photo by Nikki Fox / DN-R.
Few McGaheysville residents probably know it, but the village’s streets stay lit thanks to the generally quiet Ruritan Club.

And a recent publication, produced by the McGaheysville Ruritan Club,…


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