CSHS Membership has its Rewards- Join or Rejoin Us Today!

February 1, 2015 3:14 pm Published by Leave your thoughts CSHS Logo - Color “One generation opens the road upon which another generation travels.” Your membership provides critical operating funds that enable the “Museum Without Walls” series of public programs, as well as our efforts to collect the oral histories of mountain pioneers, and preservation projects such as the restoration of Caboose No. 50 from the SJ&E Railroad. central-sierra-historical-society-and-museum-membershipMembership benefits include: CSHS newsletter. Announcements of programs and events. Invitation to the Annual Membership Meeting. Voting rights at the Annual Meeting for election of Directors and other corporate business. Help us make History! Become a member of the Central Sierra Historical Society and Museum, Inc. Types of Memberships: Individual ($20)                         Business Family                                           Bronze Patron                                           Silver Benefactor                                    Gold As a business owner, you are well aware of the value of being known as a community builder. A Business Membership of $250.00 or more will be acknowledged in the CSHS newsletter that is mailed to over 1000 families, businesses and organizations, and on our Web site. CSHS has full calendar of programs and special events that attract people from all over Fresno County. Business members are recognized in prominent displays at each event and also at the CSHS office and Museum Gift Store in Shaver Lake. Business members also receive a subscription to the CSHS newsletter and invitations to special programs. Each era is intertwined with what has come before, and, in turn, leaves a legacy for the future. Our community’s future depends on businesses like yours, supporting the work of volunteers and non-profit organizations like ours. To find out more about becoming a business member please call 559-841-4478 or email us.  

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