Jan 152014

The Navajo County Historical Society Board of Directors has scheduled a meeting at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 17, in the Route 66 Auditorium at the Historic Navajo County Courthouse and Museum, located at 100 E. Arizona St. in Holbrook.
Appointments to fill board vacancies will be considered.
NCHS is an Arizona non-profit 501(c)(3) organization under the supervision (or direction) of an elected board of directors. Board meetings are open to members of the public interested in the society’s mission to collect, preserve and disseminate as a public trust the heritage of the citizens of Navajo County.
The society’s vision statement notes, “In order to preserve the heritage of the citizens of Navajo County, the historical society, acting as a public trust, will collect documents, printed and published materials, photographs, paintings, artifacts, and any other items pertaining to Navajo County and the surrounding area. We will preserve and archive all items following standard practices. We will interpret and disseminate Navajo County history through exhibitions, print and other media. All items under the historical society’s care will be made available, if appropriate, for research and viewing by the public.”
For more information, contact NCHS at 524-6558 or stop by the office in the old courthouse annex wing weekday mornings.