Everyone is welcome to the Quarterly meeting of the League of Snohomish County Heritage Organizations.
Monday, April 4th, 2011 at 10 am
6th floor in Room 6A02 of the Robert J. Drewel Building (Admin East) 3000 Rockefeller Ave
Agenda the April 2011 Quarterly League Board
The League of Snohomish County Heritage Organizations is established for the purpose of coordinating local organizations for mutual assistance in facilitating funds and grants for historical purposes, establishing and promoting minimum standards for the organization and operation of historical organizations, and conducting county wide heritage programming.*
Call to Order –
Minutes of January 2010 mtg– Kay Bishop/David Cameron (copies of the minutes were sent to Board members, if you are not a board member but would like to see them, email me at ——- info at snocoheritage.org)
Treasurer’s Report – LuAnne Fehrle
Next meeting – Monday July 10 am? Same Location?
—- Malstrom Award Banquet Report
—- Preservation week publicity final draft – to be explained.
—- Sesquicentennial report
—- Scanning and photo/publication projects/workshops
—- Activities Roundtable
Thanks — See you there!
League of Snohomish County Heritage Organizations
Two new stories have been posted on our Women’s Legacy Project page ~
One story on Pilchuck Julia by Betty Gaeng of the Sno-Isle Genealogical Society.
The other is of Luella Boyer, an African American businesswoman who lived in Everett. We have little history on African Americans in Snohomish County and are pleased to present this excellent genealogical and biographical research on early County residents who led “normal” but never the less fascinating lives. This story was written by Margaret Summitt, also of the Sno-Isle Genealogical Society.
Snohomish County’s Community Heritage Program is currently accepting applications from public and nonprofit agencies for projects that develop and promote heritage preservation in the county. Applications must be received by 5 p.m. on April 4, 2011
By providing matching funds on a competitive basis, the Community Heritage Program supports projects that promote the public’s access to county history. Funding is available for professional development, public education, capital improvements or collections enhancement by application for Heritage Grant (pdf).
Grant Guidelines (pdf)