2018 EPHS Calendars
Enumclaw Stationers has again agreed to produce the 2018 Society calendar. These calendars make excellent holiday gifts. Other historical gifts are currently available at the Museum building, including Enumclaw afghans.Items are available at a wide range of prices, including mugs, postcards and books. Pick up a gift for someone local or a visitor from out of town to commemorate the visit to our area.
Building Painting Complete!
Painting of the Museum building is now complete, thanks to the cooperative weather an the more than $13,000 in donations collected b the fundraising committee. The building looks wonderful and now has a protective covering form the elements. Stop by and see what you think.
Many, many thanks to all who have donated!
Elizabeth Alexander, American Heritage Corporation, Fred & Elizabeth Amos, John & Doreen Anderson, Lawton Case, Collectibles on Cole, Commencement Bank, Gregory & Judy Craighead, John & Laura Curnan, Janet Dickson, Richard Elfers, Enumclaw Lion's Club, Enumclaw Rotary Foundation, Enumclaw Self Storage, Erma Henry Joani & Bryan Flintoff, Grange Insurance Association, Duane & Ethel Huotari, Jeanne Kinglighter, Katherine Matson, Nancy & James Merrill, John & Doreen Metcalf, Jenny Moller, Muckleshoot Foundation, Mutual of Enumclaw, Michael Runland, Dan & Joann Salomon, Brenda & James Sexton, Sound Publishing, SPS Company, Merilyn Tyler, Shirley & Phil Wall, Weeks Funeral Home
Society Dues Increase
The Enumclaw Plateau Historical Society Board of Directors reluctantly voted to raise the dues fees for this year, following a comparison of similarly sized historical societies in the area. The dues have not been increased since the Society was founded in 1995. Collection of dues is vital for the society as funds generates from membership finance the running of the museum building.
When you receive your dues notice in July, please note the new pricing: Individuals $20, Families $35, and businesses $50. Life memberships are now $250.
Thanks to Rich Elfers for writing the monthly history articles published in the Courier-Herald. Rich will continue to write about our history in the coming months and about the surrounding community. Contact Ray still (360.825.255t x 55447) or Rich Elfers with ideas or to help out.