After the KMT’s restoration of Birdsboro’s two town markers and its remaining borough marker, and the installation of a new stream marker, Birdsboro will be the only town in PA we know of to have all sign and post varieties. Read more from the Reading Eagle here. Read the article (1 MB PDF)
Birdsboro’s partnership with the KMT to restore 3 of its Keystone Markers-and install a new Stream Marker are featured in the Reading Eagle. Read the article (821 KB PDF)
KMT has partnered with the National Constitution Center to offer a unique program on the Keystone Markers to local high school students. The program will culminate in the students designing their own marker. One marker will be selected and cast for installation in Philadelphia.
Randall Gustafson discusses Irvine, Pennsylvania’s, two Keystone Markers in his local newspaper. Read the article (1.2 MB PDF)
Hellertown recently restored one of its remaining Keystone Markers. Read the letter from Hellertown’s Borough Manager (82 KB PDF)
A New Buffalo marker and a Buffalo Creek Marker were restored by local residents recently. Thank you to Ted and Janice Crouse and Karen Ersoz, Melissa Krieger, and Erica Krieger for their work to preserve Keystone Markers! Read the article (4.2 MB PDF)
KMT VP Jack Graham will be presenting on Pennsylvania’s Keystone Markers on April 10 at 7PM at the Cornwall Iron Furnace in Cornwall, PA. The Furnace is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
Happy HOLLIDAYs from the Keystone Marker Trust (see attached for explanation as to the creative spelling!) As you can see, it has been a big year for the KMT. We thought a quick update with all that we have accomplished would be in order as we count our blessings for the year. We would like…
Two long-lost markers will rejoin an existing marker in undergoing a much-needed repair. Read the article (210 KB PDF)
The Pennsylvania Lumber Heritage Region joins a growing list of heritage areas affirming KMT’s work to re-install and restore Pennsylvania’s Keystone Markers. Read the resolution (174 KB PDF)