The Society operates through three standing committees: Collections, Facilities, Historic Preservation Easement; and seven ad-hoc committees: Finance, Membership, Cemetery, Research, Oral History, Quilting, School Partnership, and Military History.
The Collections Committee is charged with the collection, restoration, preservation and display of artifacts and documents relevant to the history of the area.
The Facilities Committee is charged with the maintenance and management of all properties owned or operated by the Society. The primary focus of the Committee has been the restoration of the Williams House.
The Historic Preservation Easement Committee monitors the Historic Preservation Easements held by the Society. Currently the Society holds one easement.
The Finance Committee is responsible for preparing the budget, and making recommendations about fund-raising projects.
The Membership Committee is responsible for recruiting and caring for members.
The Cemetery Committee is responsible for the maintenance of the Taft Cemetery and the Purdytown Cemetery.
The Research Committee conducts research into topics to support the Society's mission and programs, and at the request of the general public.
The Oral History Committee records and preserves individuals accounts of life in the Wallenpaupack area.
The Quilting Committee coordinates the production of quilts as fund raising events.
The School Partnership Committee coordinates programs with the Wallenpaupack Area School District.
The Military History Committee coordinates meetings, programs and trips relevant to the Revolutionary and Civil War.
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Last update: 15 June 2010