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Momentum builds for JAHA’s Annual Fund

Archive: Jan 2018

January 31, 2018 10:55 am

Momentum builds for JAHA’s Annual Fund

JAHA gratefully reports that our Annual Fund is now at $75,000, thanks to YOUR generosity! We’re well on our way to our goal of $125,000 — if you haven’t yet contributed and would like to, please visit our Support page …

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The Johnstown Film Festival is back after a two-year hiatus! Pennsylvania Highlands Community College and the Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA) are collaborating on the revamped event, which is set for September 8, and the call for …

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The Blacksmith Shop, which was built ca. 1862, is the most important historical structure that survives in the Cambria Iron & Steel National Historic Landmark. The shop made tools and equipment used in other sections of the Cambria/Bethlehem steelworks. When …

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JAHA and the Johnstown Tomahawks are partnering on a special two-part promotion! On Saturday, Jan. 13, it’s Princess and Super Hero Night at the Johnstown Tomahawks game at the 1st Summit Arena at the Cambria County War Memorial. JAHA is …

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