Since 2007, the Civic Association has demonstrated its support for accomplished students by awarding a scholarship to a graduating high school senior. Students must be Township residents, reside in a household that is a member of the Civic Association and plan to pursue higher education. Deadline for submitting the application is
April 01, 2016.
The objectives of the association are to maintain the rural character of the township as a healthful, safe, pleasant residential community and to promote the solution of problems affecting the community on a friendly, cooperative and completely non-partisan basis.
We look forward to your help at our next Roadside clean up on Saturday, October 8, 2016 @ 8:00 AM at the township building at 10 Ring Rd. Coffee, donuts, trash bags, gloves and vests are supplied.
Phyllis Recca, author of Chadds Ford Then and Now, to speak on October 25
Join the Chadds Ford Civic Association for the annual Member Appreciation Wine & Cheese Meeting at 7pm on Tuesday, October 25. The location for this year’s meeting will be the Brandywine River Museum Lecture Room (entrance on the lower level on the left side of the building). The meeting will begin with wine, cheese and music provided by popular musician and Chadds Ford resident Skip Barthold. Following a brief business meeting will be recognition of Outstanding Chadds Ford Citizen of the Year, Dr. Robert Craig, and then our speaker, Phyllis Recca, author of Chadds Ford Then and Now, who will discuss historic sites in and around Chadds Ford.
All residents of Chadds Ford Township and business members of the Chadds Ford Civic Association are invited. Complimentary wine & cheese will be served. Admission is free for members. If you have not paid your annual dues of $20 per household, you may forward $20 to the Civic Association, P. O. Box 823, Chadds Ford, PA 19317, or pay at the door.
The Kuerner Farm on Ring Road in Chadds Ford has earned U.S. National Historic Landmark and U.S. National Register of Historic Places designation. Famous, local artist, Andrew Wyeth, featured the Kuerner Farm and its residents in about one third of his over 1,000 paintings.
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