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The Borough of Mill Creek, PA

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Description of Mill Creek

Mill Creek is a borough within Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. It is bordered by Henderson Township to the northwest, Brady Township to the east, and Union Township to the southwest. The borough is named after the creek on which it's located. From the 1700s to most of the 1800s, the creek was used as the main source of power for the mills in the settlement. As of the 2010 census, Mill Creek has a population of 328 people and a total area of 0.32 square miles. The main roads serving the area are William Penn Highway (Interstate 22 and Pennsylvania State Route 655), Main Street, Walnut Street, and Big Valley Pike.

Captain Jack Lions Club

Captain Jack Lions Club was founded in 1917 in Mill Creek. As the largest service club organization in the world, it includes over 1.4 million members in the 46,000 clubs that are located in 200 countries around the world. The organization is best known for fighting blindness. However, they do come together to care for the environment, aid seniors and those who are disabled, and feed the hungry. Every 2nd Thursday and 4th Friday of the month, there is a meeting at 6:30 p.m. The club can be found on William Penn Highway.

Swigart Museum

Swigart Museum is America's oldest antique automobile museum. Located just northwest of Mill Creek, the museum was established in 1920 as an automobile collection at Swigarts Associates. Today, the museum features:

  • A collection containing around 30 to 35 automobiles and carriages that date back to 1896.
  • Prints, photographs and paintings from renowned automobile artists like Peter Helck and Ernest Montaut depicting the joy of early automobile racing and old cars
  • The largest collection of automobile badges, emblems and license plates in the U.S.
  • Hood ornaments, lamps, horns and other accessories
  • A large collection of Jim Beam collector automobile decanters
  • A collection of vintage Fisher-Price toys
  • Bicycles

In 2013, the museum also began the Adopt-A-Car Program to help maintain the vehicles. Costing $100 per year per vehicle, everyone can participate in the program. Perks you can get when adopting a car are free unlimited admission to the museum, your name and hometown on a sign in front of the car, made in honor of another, and more. The museum is enjoyable for everyone of all ages. It is daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Date Published: October 4, 2021
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