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Cadillac Museum

Saturday September 25th


The Greenberg Cadillac Museum is a private collection of 70+ fully restored Cadillacs – America’s premier automotive brand - spanning the decades and models from 1905 to the present! This astounding exhibition was a phenomenal success for both the Cadillac Museum and JCHS, drawing over 1500 visitors during the recent Laurel Festival and will now reopen its doors on Saturday afternoon, July 17, from 1-4 PM. The Greenberg Cadillac Museum is located at 67 South White Street in Brookville, PA. Admission is by donation.

Featured in the museum are fully restored Cadillac models from every period including a 1905 Cadillac Model K, a 1916 roadster, a 1927 Cadillac 7-passenge suburban with original paint and upholstery, a bright red all-original 1959 Cadillac Fleetwood with elongated tail fins, a 2006 XLR 2-seater retractable hardtop convertible, and a Mary Kay “Pink Cadillac”. Currently under restoration is a unique track-driven 1973 Cadillac Eldorado Indianapolis 500 Pace Car.

The Cadillac Museum is a free exhibition with admission by donation which supports the Jefferson County History Center’s exhibits and public programs, both at the museum and at the Heritage Park.

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Bicycle Event

A BIG Thank You to all participants and volunteers in the 3rd Annual JCHC Family Bicycle Poker Run from Brookville to Summerville on the Redbank Rails to Trails. !

We had 62 adult riders and 26 kids ages 4-17, all having a great time. We also had lots of food at the picnic at end of the ride in Summerville. This year we invited Dinger Dogs to cook the hotdogs which was a bit hit!

We award prizes for best and worst poker hands in the adult category. In the under18 category, we award prizes for Teens (13-17), “Junior” age group (6-12) and Tots (5 and under) The highest total number from 5 games played along the trail wins in each age group, and the lowest number also snags a prize!

Best Poker Hand went to Patricia Thrush of Summerville. The prizes, valued at $150 total, was an Amazon Echo and Smart Plug, Tune-up Gift Certificate from Donut Bandit Bikes & Boards, and a $50 Walmart Gift Card. Worst Poker Hand went to Brian Miller of Brookville. The prizes, valued at $100 total, was a bike tool set and pump, Donut Bandit Bikes Tune-up Gift certificate and $50 McDonald’s Gift Card.

In the Teen category, Levi Solada of Kersey had the highest number of 5 games and won Fox Pizza and Arby’s Gift Certificates, and Clarion Bicycle Tune-up Gift Certificate. Caden Miller of Brookville, with the lowest number, won Pizza Hut and Subway Gift Certificates, and Clarion Bicycle Tune-up. They both received a Scripture Rocks Heritage Park Water Bottle, compliments of JCHC.

Junior prizes for both Highest and lowest numbers were bicycle helmets, compliments of JCHC; also Pizza Hut, Burger King, and Sheetz Gift Certificates. Tots prizes (ages 1-5) were kids’ bicycle bells sporting happy face and animal designs, Buff’s ice cream gift cards, and mini stuffed critters from the JCHC Gift Shop.

Major marketing sponsors for this event were PA Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau, The Brookville Mirror and the Jefferson Democrat. Bicycle shop marketing partners and gift sponsors were Donut Bandit Bikes & Boards and Clarion Bicycle & Outdoor. Picnic sponsors included Giant Eagle, Hometown Market, and Anna’s Place, a new discount grocery at 441 Madison St (behind the lumber company). Thanks goes to Redbank Valley Trails Association for use of the trail.

Thank you to All - Bicyclists and Volunteers – You all helped make this a fun event and a huge fundraising success for the History Center. You can look forward to an even bigger and better 4th Annual Bicycle Ride & Poker Run next September!

Special Thanks to the Matson Family, our Main Sponsor for this Event.

Antique Rifle & Indian Artifact Show

Congratulations to Joe Sodowski, winner of the gun Safe raffle. Thanks everyone who attended the gun show and purchased tickets>

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