Radnor Township Hall
is officially listed on the
National Register of Historic Places
This is an exciting honor for the building and for Radnor. The work on this was the result of Pam Zeirott and the support of the Ohio History Connection along with several others including Devon Hardwick, Roger Koch, Joe Preston and Bill Thompson.
In 2024 a marker signifying this designation will be added to the building.
Also in 2024 following the completion of our renovations we will celebrate
this award with the community.
A brief history on how RHS was established:
In 1988, a group of residents interested in the history of the Radnor area met and shared their desire to preserve and pass the local history on to future generations. On May 4 1989, they were incorporated by the State of Ohio as the Radnor Heritage Society, a non-profit organization.
The first officers were:
Mary Anne Thomas - President
Beth Trigg - Vice-President
Alice Walter - Secretary
David R. Thomas - Treasurer
Ann Humphreys - Historian