The Licking County Historical Society
Established in 1947, the Licking County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and promoting the rich history of Licking County. The Society oversees several historic sites: the Sherwood-Davidson House, the Buckingham Meeting House, the Webb House Museum, and the Alligator Mound. Office & Research Library are located on the second floor of the Buckingham Meeting House (5 North Sixth Street, Veterans Park, Newark).
The Chamber is instrumental in connecting local business owners of all types, generating valuable collaborations among a diverse group of people who share a sincere desire to support each other and help our communities prosper.MATT MILLER
Having an organization that has their finger on the pulse of the local business community is invaluable and one that we do not take for granted. To support this expanding network of businesses, the Chamber provides seminars and workshops both virtual and in person to help leaders grow their business.LUCONDA DAGER