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Before renovation
On Founder's Day June 19, 2010, The Reily Historical
Society opened it's doors of the new museum at 6207 Main
Street  Reily, Ohio from 2:00-4:00 to the public.  Everyone
was impressed by the great renovation and the things
inside that we have already accumulated.  We need many
more things  to share with the community.  If you have any
Reily antiques, pictures, household items, furniture etc. that
you would like to donate, or loan, for display, please let us
know.  
                               MESSAGE BOARD:
We post requests from people who email the website for
information on their family history. It will be useful to
obtain any pictures, and information that our members
or the community may have for these people. Anyone
wanting to post a request email us
at:                                          
sandracampbell@reilyhistory.net
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At our September 1, 2015 meeting, retired teacher, Floyd Hann, of
Hamilton, presented “Reily Township Remembers When”. He  
reminisced about the players, coaches, opposing teams, and the
games leading up the Butler County Basketball Championship in
1956, which was won by Reily HS.  
Mr. Hann was a member of the Reily HS teaching staff from
September 1955 to June 1959. During that time he taught Social
Studies, was the school’s Athletic Director, and coached
baseball and basketball. He retired from teaching in 1982.    
Some members of the Butler County 1956
Championship basketball team.
Another successful Founder's Day in Reily on
June 18th. Great community participation, good
food, and lots of fun.
The Reily Township Historical Society met on Tuesday, October
4, 2016 at the Reily Twp. Community Center.
Mr. Dan Finfrock, educator and local historian, presented “The
Bridges over the Great Miami River at Hamilton.” Mr. Finfrock  
discussed the various bridges at Hamilton and the surrounding
area beginning with the mid-1800’s and discussed their
location, size, construction, and how they met their demise. Mr
Finfrock gave a very intersesting slide show presentation.      
The Reily Township Historical Society had its annual
Thanksgiving Covered Dish Dinner and Program on Tuesday,
November 15, 2016 at the Reily Twp. Community Center.  We
had a great dinner as usual partly supplied by The Reily
Historical Society and partly by our members and guests. W
e
had entertainment by
Warren and Judy Waldren, The
Pineridge Patrtners.


Our Christmas Open House December 4th
at The Hammond House Musem was a great
day.