Indiana, PA - Indiana County

Cherryhilll Township



Settled: 1854

Land area: 48.8 square miles

Population (2010 census): 2,765

Elevation: 1,385 feet

Namesake: Penn’s Manor in Cherryhill

Supervisors: James Golden, chairman; Terry Stiffler, vice chairman; Roger McDaniel; all are road masters.

Secretary-treasurer: Shirley Howells

Solicitor: Wayne Kablack, Indiana

Meetings: First Monday at 7 p.m. in the township building, except Sept. 2

Office: 184 Spaulding Road, Penn Run, (724) 465-7453

Budget: $450,815

State representation: Rep. Dave Reed, R; Rep. Jeff Pyle, R; Sen. Don White, R

Congressman: U.S. Rep. Mark Critz, D

Did you know?  The township was once home to a Benedictine monastery, built sometime after the land was

acquired in 1851?