Welcome to Our Website
Thank you for visiting our website. We are a small historic town of 300 residents and 30 acres of land surrounded by the Mahantango Creek and the Mahantango Mountains. The town was founded in 1818 by John Snyder, and named Scheidershtettle. It was later incorporated as Uniontown and locally known as Pillow, the official name of the post office. We have a wonderfully colorful history that you can learn more about on the Pillow Historical Society web site and on the About Pillow page on this site.
Our goal with this web site is to provide a news and information resource for our residents, and a picture of what life is like in "Small Town America". You can contact our Mayor and our town council through the Contact Us page.
1818 to 2018
Pillow will celebrate 200 years of history
on September 28, 29 and 30, 2018.
Pillow Bicentennial Schedule
We are pleased to share the information about our generous
Pillow Bicentennial Sponsors.
Two Raffles offered by the Pillow Bicentennial Committee:
Handmade Quilts and a Ned Smith Print
Raffle tickets are available for these beautiful handmade quilts and the Ned Smith framed print. Tickets are $5 each. Call or text Emily at 570-590-3764. They will be available throughout the Pillow Bicentennial Celebration, September 28, 29 and 30.
You can download the application file for the Pillow Bicentennial Parade.