Camp Sherman Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the rich history of Camp Sherman. CSHS collects stories, photographs and reminders of the past. CSHS also works to support the preservation of historic properties and buildings in the area.
The Community Hall was constructed by the community in 1948. In 2004, volunteers from the Camp Sherman community completed a major renovation of the Camp Sherman community hall. The project included excavations beneath the building to replace floor beams and sill plates, installation of a new heating system, and restoration and refinishing of the floor in the main hall. The fireplace and chimney were also repaired, and new front doors were installed. The projected was financed by contributions from the local community and a grant from the State Historic Preservation Office and a grant from the CSHS. Learn more about our Projects in Place and Historical Preservation here.