NEWSLETTER, Issue 1, June 2014
It’s been a busy year so far for the Myrtle Creek Historical Society. Starting with getting our “non-profit” status approved by IRS earlier this year. To keep you up to date with what’s happening, we’ve decided to experiment with sending out a monthly newsletter. This is our first issue. We would really appreciate hearing some feedback and suggestions from our readers.
At the May meeting of the Myrtle Creek Historical Society, Paulette Jones,, representing the Myrtle Creek-Tri City Area Chamber of Commerce, told everyone about the upcoming "History Day" during the week-long Elks Community Youth Center Summer Camp (June 23-27, 2014). Historical Society.member Al Helgeson will make a presentation to youth attendees about local history on Wednesday