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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 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.  
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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:                                         
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Founder's Day was a great day in spite of the bad
weather, thanks to The Reily Historical Society, the
Reily Township Fire Department
 and trustees and the
community. Good turn out and everyone had a good
time. The dedication ceremony was very nice and the
sun came out so we could go and participate at the old
site of the Bunker Hill Universalist Church on Reily
Millville Road
to see the unveiling of the new historic
marker. The cemetery is beautiful thanks to our friends
at Metro Parks and the community. The Daughters and
sons of The American Revolution were there with
wonderful artifacts and information about that time
period. The Blue Rifle pioneers were there also, some
brave souls camped. We couldn't have our much loved
Reily parade, due to the rain, maybe next year.