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Who we are

The Philipsburg Revitalization Corporation is a non-profit community-based organization dedicated to preserving the quality of life and peaceful small town heritage by promoting community and economic development.

The PRC hosts a variety of events through the year, including Antique Appraisal Day on the second Saturday in March, the Wine Walk and Brew HaHa on the last Friday in May, Shop Small Saturday on the last Saturday in November, and Home for the Holidays on the first Saturday in December.

In 2020 the PRC purchased adjoining blighted buildings at 104 and 110 N Front Street. Volunteers are needed to assist in the renovation process as we bring these historic structures back to viability. Donations will be gratefully accepted as we work to make these buildings an asset to the community.

The Philipsburg Revitalization Corporation

104 N Front Street

P.O. Box 374

Philipsburg, PA 16866


Eric Rusnak


Elliot Lauder


Elliott has lived in Philipsburg for 6 years. He has been involved with the PRC for three years and loves to develop events and recreation for town. Elliott says, "I love the small town sense of community pride and passion that our resident’s have to make Philipsburg a better place."

Wanda Ryen


Wanda has lived in the Philipsburg area for over 40 years! She has been on the PRC board for the past 2 years.  "I love Philipsburg for the memories I have of the bustling excitement on Front Street, lunch with my mom at The Little Restaurant, Grattans for a soda pop, enjoying the bowling alley and skating rink. I look forward to and believe in the future of Philipsburg."

Philip Rossi


Phil has lived in Philipsburg for over 3 years. He has been involved with the PRC for 2 years as the Webmaster and now Secretary.  Phil wants to help Philipsburg grow and ensure all residents know what fun things are going on in the area every week!

Teresa Mull


Tess was born and raised in Philipsburg and has been a part of the community off and on her entire life. She joined the PRC board in August 2020 after moving back home from a stint in Idaho; she is also president of the Philipsburg Historical Foundation and editor of the Philipsburg Journal. Regarding what makes Philipsburg special, Tess says, "Philipsburg has a rich and romantic history, beautiful architecture, charming characters, easy access to wilderness, and all four seasons! For starters."

Rebecca Inlow


Rebecca is a lifelong Philipsburg-area resident. She is entering the second year on the PRC board and is also on the board of the Rowland Theatre. "I grew up going to the Rowland Theatre, shopping in downtown Philipsburg and knowing the people I would pass on the street. Philipsburg has that special small town, hometown quality, and I am grateful and happy to be a part of the effort to revitalize this beautiful town, which is steeped in history and community."

Karen Blair


Courtney Jo Beitz


Faith Maguire


LeAnn Richards


LeAnn has lived in Philipsburg for 7 years and is new to the PRC Board.   She says, “Philipsburg is a wonderful community to be a part of.  From shopping, to restaurants, to our many outdoor activities, there is something for everyone to love.  I look forward to helping bring awareness to all that Philipsburg has to offer.”

Amy Doran

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