Bell, croppedThe Pelham Historical Society was first organized in 1966, sparked in part by the possibility of the Pelham Congregational Church bell being sold. For 52 years, the society has cared for and shared Pelham’s story. This 52nd birthday year is infused with new energy and commitment. We welcome input and involvement from all members of the community.

2018 PHS Trustees & Committees
Cynthia Weigel, President

David Boyden, Vice-President
Linda Sheff, Secretary
Bruce Klotz, Treasurer
George Naughton,Trustee (2019)
Sherrie Reydak,Trustee (2019)
Ed Dane,Trustee (2019)
Linda Cambell Hanscom,Trustee (2020)
Connie Hoyack,Trustee (2020)

Program Committee
Chair: Cynthia Weigel

The mission of the Pelham Historical Society is to foster appreciation of Pelham’s unique history through informative programs of interest to people of all ages, to collect and preserve artifacts related to the history of Pelham and to sustain the Pelham Historical Society Museum so that the story of Pelham will be told to the public through educational displays, comprehensive exhibits and special events.