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The Woodland/George area was settled primarily by members of The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) who came from Tidewater Virginia and the Albemarle Sound region during the last half of the 1700’s. They participated in the founding of Rich Square Meeting in 1760.  The Quakers living in what is now Woodland started having worship at the old Outland Quaker School House under the care of their parent meeting in Rich Square. The Cedar Grove Meeting House is on land given for Friends’ education and worship by Cornelius Outland and his wife in 1868. Today the Cedar Grove Meeting House in Woodland is the only location where Friends meet in Northampton County. Quakers here continue a long history of working in the community as teachers, business people and farmers.  Their meditative, prayerful meetings for worship are open to everyone.
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Cedar Grove Friends Meeting House (upper left) was built in 1868 on land adjacent to Outland School (1867), a neighborhood school for Quaker families' children. The Outlands and many other families in the Woodland area were members of the Rich Square Meeting of The Religious Society of Friends. Rich Square Meeting was recognized as a religious body in 1760 (Quaker Archives). Woodland-Olney School (1917) was the merger of the Olney School (a Quaker secondary school located in George) and the Woodland Public School. - see p. 145 "Footprints in Northampton". In 1998, the conversion of historic Woodland-Onley School into 30 senior apartments was completed. CADA was the non-profit developer and it was the agency's first tax credit project. This complex has received several awards for senior services and for historic... Click Here to Read the Full Story
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The Town of Woodland announces the hiring of new Police Chief, John Ruppe. Chief Ruppe comes to Woodland from Elm City with many years of experience. He is a great fit for the town of Woodland, welcome to town Chief!
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