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Dear HSRC Members, Friends, and Supporters: 

We send our regards and best wishes to all of you who are keeping us protected in front-line, essential jobs during the pandemic, and to those, like us, who are sheltering at home to keep others safe.

Today, May 5, 2020, is 

As you know, the HSRC's historic Jacob Blauvelt House and History Center are temporarily closed for NY PAUSE. We have also had to suspend the key spring fundraising activities that provide the resources that allow us to keep caring for the collections, developing and running museum programs, and maintaining our facilities.

We have never needed your help and support more than we do right now! We hope you will consider making a donation to the Historical Society of Rockland County to help bring us through this challenging time.

As we move toward the new "normal," we will continue to

* Publish our award-winning quarterly South of the Mountains (to browse past issues, click here);

* Broadcast our monthly "Crossroads of Rockland History" radio program on WRCR;

* Post innovative and interesting content on social media, including the popular 
#FlashbackFriday feature;

* Create entertaining and informative virtual exhibitions, such as LEAVING HER MARK, and stay-at-home games such as the Rockland History Word Search and Flashback Friday Crossword Puzzle; and

* Answer as many local history queries as we can by email.

Please support our ability to keep bringing Rockland history to you by making a donation today. To make a safe, secure online contribution, click here

Or mail a check made to Historical Society of Rockland County to:

The Historical Society of Rockland County 
20 Zukor Road 
New City, NY 10956

The Historical Society of Rockland County is a nonprofit educational institution and principal repository for original documents and artifacts relating to Rockland County. Its headquarters are a four-acre site featuring a history museum and the 1832 Jacob Blauvelt House in New City.

Your gift is greatly appreciated and tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.


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