2018 Annual Meeting

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2018 Annual Meeting

The Winslow Historical Society (WHS) will host its 2018 Annual Meeting on Sunday, November 11, from 2 to 4 pm at the Winslow Visitors Center/Hubbell Trading Post, 523 West Second Street.

The free event will begin at 2 pm with refreshments and a performance by vocalists Bailey and Madison Hartman. The twin sisters are freshman at Winslow High School and have been singing together publicly since the fifth grade. They have sung in their church and school honor choirs and have performed the National Anthem at various school functions and sporting events.

The Hartman sisters will perform a mix of pop, country, and religious selections and will then open the WHS Annual Meeting at 2:45 pm with the Star Spangled Banner. The meeting will include the election of new Board members and brief reports on museum activities over the past year.

While there, attendees can join or renew their memberships for 2019; order the Old Trail Museum’s 2019 historical calendar, Winslow: Then and Now; and take a ticket for a chance to win a terrific door prize donated by the OTM Store, La Posada Hotel, and several Board members.

In addition to our current members, the Old Trails Museum extends a special invitation to anyone who might be interested in becoming an OTM Volunteer. If you or someone you know loves history, please consider joining us at the Annual Meeting and talking with current volunteers about their experiences.

Our volunteers bring their enthusiasm and professional skills to a variety of duties: hosting visitors, organizing collections and archives, and helping with public programs. So they have their pick of ways to help, in manageable 2-1/2 hour shifts.

OTM Volunteers learn more about our home and its history; they make new friends and deepen existing friendships; they attend the annual Volunteer Thank-you Party; and they meet and talk with visitors from all over the country and world. They serve as our public face to these visitors — as our ambassadors from the museum, from Winslow, from Arizona, and from Historic Route 66.

The Winslow Historical Society’s annual celebration of our membership is a reflection of the Old Trails Museum’s community support and the backbone of our grassroots fundraising efforts. With you, we have a future; without you, we’re history!