About the AHJBS

 

The American Historic Juke Box Society (AHJBS) is a national, non-profit corporation. AHJBS members enjoy social contacts through meetings in the Philadelphia area, which are held on the third Tuesday of each month. These meetings, some including special programs and banquets, are self-supporting and are not paid out of the members annual dues. All members are encouraged to attend! The Society's members are kept informed of AHJBS activities through its newsletter "The Jukebox Record" which is published 2-4 times per year and includes news, original articles and technical information. The newsletter also includes "classified ads" for items wanted, items for sale or items for trade. These ads are printed free for AHJBS members.

Meeting Information

 

Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm. We now meet at the Telford Community Building located at 125 S. Hamilton St., Telford, PA. There is plenty of parking so come & join us! Many club members get together before the meeting for dinner at the R&S Keystone Diner. The diner is located on the "Old Bethlehem Pike", one mile North of RT-113. We usually meet around 6PM. All are welcome!

Membership Information

 

Membership to the AHJBS is $12 per year with Emailed newsletter, and it is due in February. The membership includes an annual jacket patch, AHJBS newsletters, free "classified ads" in the AHJBS newsletter, first chance at raffle tickets and an invitation to other club sponsored events.

 

To join, click on form below, print the form, fill it out and mail it in!

 

(Owning a juke box is not necessary! Being an enthusiast is!)

(NOTE: You may join any time throughout the year!)

2019

 

OFFICERS & BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

President - (To be determined)

 

Vice President - (To be determined)

 

Treasurer - Fred Scherzer

 

Secretary - Fred Scherzer

 

Directors:

Charlie Davis

Mike Hallman

Nick Rosa

Tom McKinney

 

OFFICERS ARE ALSO DIRECTORS

(Download membership form in either PDF format or MS WORD)

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