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- Phone: Call the Museum at 419-352-0967 to make your reservation by October 25, 2016. You can also pay with credit card over the phone.
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10:30 AM : Welcome, opening remarks, meet the 2017-2019 candidates
There are three open seats
HAL BROWN (Retired Journalist)
Hal is a life-long resident of Wood County with 42 years as a reporter, sports editor, city editor, and web editor for the Sentinel-Tribune. If elected to the WCHS Board of Trustees, he would help preserve and promote the history where many of his ancestors and family have lived since the 1830s. Hal believes it is important to make connections with those who are new to the area and encourage their involvement. Lyle Fletcher was a great example of someone who came to Bowling Green/Wood County as an adult and had a huge impact on preserving local history. Hal is also a member of the Wood County Genealogical Society with three “First Family of Wood County” designations (Baird, Croft, and McMillen) and a volunteer for the Wood County Park District.
DRU CUNNINGHAM (incumbent)
(Retired teacher, free-lance writer)
Dru is running for her second three-year term on the board. She taught American history and Ohio history to fourth-graders and took many of her classes on field trips to the Center. She has visited many historic places to learn a wealth of interesting information. Dru serves on the Interpretation Subcommittee, volunteers for a variety of outreach events, and leads school tours at the Center. She believes the story and lives of the people of Wood County should be valued and preserved as a tool for learning and appreciation. “Our Wood County history must never be lost. This museum is a treasure to be shared with future generations.”
JUDY ENNIS (incumbent)
(Tech Prep Consultant)
Judy is also running for her second three-year term on the Board. She serves as Chair of the Accessibility Fundraising Subcommittee and sits on the Finance & Development Committee. Judy has served in leadership roles for other boards. Her experience working with the public allows her to understand and value all individuals for their unique gifts. “My past term on the board has demonstrated my skills at raising funds. I would like to continue the work I have already started.”
11:00 AM :
Brunch (Catered by Rox Ann Brewer, Rossford OH)
Mini Muffins, Banana Nut Bread, Lemon Loaf
Veggie Breakfast Casserole
Coffee & Juice
11:30 AM : Election Results & Annual Report
12:00 Noon : Guest Speaker - Felicia Konrad
Felicia Konrad is a life member of the Wood County Historical Society and a descendent of Infirmary Superintendent Edwin Farmer. She is completing her Masters Degree in Anthropology from Ball State University with a thesis topic on the Wood County Infirmary. You can see her project on the Infirmary history and timeline at http://fnkonrad.iweb.bsu.edu/wci/