Volume 19, Issue 4
From Doris West
October - December 2017
With Glynn stepping down as Treasurer at year end, we will need someone with some business and bookkeeping knowledge. Most weeks, the job probably takes a couple hours per week and consists of writing checks, keeping our financial information on computer, and reporting the results monthly. With our election coming up, let us know ASAP if you are willing to help us out.
My reign will soon come to an end, and I will turn over the gavel to a new president at the January 2018 meeting. It has been my sincere pleasure for the past two years to serve the RTHS. I have enjoyed seeing the new changes around our building, such as better filing cabinets, updated lighting, upkeep to our parking lots, recent efforts to keep the rain water out of our basement, and the way we pull together to get big projects done, such as our two garage sales. In 2018, I look forward to learning more about the history of our tri-city communities and to finding new ways I can be of service to RTHS. Many of you live far away. But if you live within a half hour's drive, won't you join me in the adventure of saving our local history for those not even born yet? And who knows, you are probably guaranteed to make a new friend or two. See you around!