Harlem Township Heritage Inc (HTH)

Preserving Our Past, Promoting Our Present, Preparing Our Future

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Harlem Township Heritage, Inc. (“HTH”) is a community organization approved as a 501(c)(3) non profit organization in April, 2014. HTH is devoted to bettering our township and community through annual activities including our Harlem Township Day event in August, The Fall Festival Trunks for Treats at Halloween, and Winter in the Park in December. HTH activities are paid for through donations from the community and our fundraisers – the chicken noodle dinners, pancake breakfasts, and our annual Duncan’s Run Bicycle Patch Ride. 

HTH also promotes and engages in historical projects including placing military flagholders in the township cemeteries, repairing gravestones, and raising money for historical and other markers in the township including the cemetery entrance stones and plaques, the School Memorial in the Park, and most recently the Ohio Historical Marker honoring Richard Thompson placed in Fancher Cemetery. Historical projects are funded by donations and sales of the township booklets which can be accessed here - https://harlemtwpheritage.org/books-and-booklets.

HTH meets every second Thursday of the month, 7:00 pm, in the community room behind the fire station 3883 S State Rt 605. We have no annual dues.

We are always looking for new ideas and ways to provide activities and events of interest to members of our township. To keep up to date with HTH activities, visit the HTH website,  https://harlemtwpheritage.org/  which also has links to the HTH Facebook and other online pages.