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Fw: PC: historical society
- Subject: Fw: PC: historical society
- From: "price" <eprice@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 1 Apr 1998 10:48:52 -0000
> From: Jim Hebner <hebnerj -AT- clark.cc.oh.us>
> To: eprice -AT- skantech.com
> Subject: Re: PC: historical society
> Date: Wednesday, April 01, 1998 1:24 PM
> A few thoughts
> 1 We will need to chartered as a non-profit organization somewhere.
> 2. that will mean written bylaws organization governing board etc
> 3 Some sort of publication - perhaps an annual -perhaps an annual decal
> perhaps custom painted car(s)
> 4 dues - how much?
> Who would be willing meet some weekend ( as central as possible ) to get
> ball rolling. This would be a good year to start - 30 years after its
> Any ideas about when and where? I am flexible.
> Before we meet we should contact other societies for a copy of their
> and publication. Investigate costs of chartering in different states and
> advantages or disadvantages of of chartering in different states
> I will start contacting other societies as mentioned above.
> LETS DO THIS THIS YEAR!
> Jim Hebner
> price wrote:
> > I once asked about forming a historical society but the response that
> > followed did not seem very inviting. I know have seen others that are
> > inquiring about doing the same.
> > I would like to hear back from any of you who would like to tackle
> > venture. It would be great to get this under way. I would be glad to
> > provide what resources that I have to acheive this. Becoming a charter
> > member of an organization is a big plus.
> > Come on Guys!!!!!!!!!!!
> > Ed Price
> > Greenville NC
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