The Oak Hill Community Trust was formerly the Village Improvement Association. This Octagonal Community building was built in 1906 and the Association was formed to bring community members together to socialize and help each other.  

Through the years this building has served as a place for ladies to come together to quilt, fishermen to tie nets, fundraising spaghetti dinners, fish fries, and bar-b-ques, family reunions, town hall meetings, garden club, girl scouts, and tai-kwon-do! 

Meetings of the OHCT are held the first Tuesday of each month at 6:00pm at
Mary DeWees Park 200-218 N Gaines St, Oak Hill, FL 32759.

The Oak Hill Community Trust plans family events throughout the year. Citizens are encouraged to attend and share ideas that will enrich the community. Everyone is Welcome!

The building has also been designated as an historical Museum that preserves the founding and history of Oak Hill.

Oak Hill Historical Museum
126 Halifax Ave., Oak Hill, FL 32759

Open House at the museum is the Third Saturday of each month,
10:00am - 1:00pm, and by appointment (call 386-405-8261).

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