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The Historical Society of Western Virginia is pleased to announce the induction of our Board of Directors for the Fiscal Year 2012-2013.
Directors serving on the 2012-2013 Board are: Alison Stone Blanton, Ben Chapman, Wilburn Dibling, Louise Forsyth, Nelson Harris, David Helmer, Scott Hengerer, William Honeycutt, Jim Humphrey, John Kern, George A. McLean Jr., Gwen Mason, Tommy Moore, Charles Price, Linda Thornton.
New officers elected to serve on the Board are Katherine Watts, President; Natalie Norris, Vice-President; Elizabeth Hammond, Treasurer; and Nancy Warren, Secretary.
Directors Emeriti serving on the 2012-2013 Board are:
Mrs. Sara S. Airheart
Mr. David H. Burrows
Mr. George A. Kegley
Mrs. Barbara B. Lemon
Mr. Philip Lemon
Mr. Edgar V. Wheeler
About the Historical Society of Western Virginia
Founded in 1957, the Historical Society of Western Virginia is a private, not-for-profit corporation. The Historical Society exists to promote an interest in the broad spectrum of history with emphasis on that of southwestern Virginia; to collect, preserve, interpret, and make available materials relating to that history; to sponsor research and publication in the field of regional history; and to provide educational services to people and institutions throughout western Virginia.
With its administrative offices housed in Center in the Square’s cultural complex, Historical Society operations are implemented by staff, volunteers, and a 27-member board of directors, composed of local business and community leaders. The Historical Society has four operating divisions including the History Museum of Western Virginia, the O. Winston Link Museum, Crystal Spring Pump Station, and Kegley Publications.
The Historical Society of Western Virginia
Hotel Shenandoah, 128 Campbell Avenue SE, Roanoke VA
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