Thursday, October 15, 2020

New Website improvements

 Thanks to our new website manager, Cathy Shumard, we now have several improvements to including a Members Only Portal. It has lots of valuable information as well as photos and backgrounds .Cathy and her website assistant Diane Smith presented this at the October zoom meeting. So nice to have Historical League data and documents available for members.

Saturday, October 10, 2020

Support Historical League at amazonsmile

On Amazon Prime Days, October 13 and 14, you can help support the Historical League and Arizona History by shopping AmazonSmile. 
For every purchase you make during Prime days, Amazon donates a percentage to the Historical League — at no extra cost to you. Simply click the link below, start shopping, and know that you’re helping preserve Arizona History.

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If you are not already an AmazonSmile member, sign up on your web browser. Simply select Historical League to start generating donations, at no cost to you.

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Friday, October 9, 2020

September Zoom Meeting

 Historical League Sept. Zoom meeting brought out some creative ideas from Tour chairs Julie Moore and Mary McMahon. Stay tuned for details of a fascinating video of Winnie Ruth Judd in lieu of the October tour.

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Women in the Classroom virtual event

 If you missed this event last week, here is the link to the recording for the Women in the Classroom virtual event.

October Historical League meeting on Zoom

President Susan Dale conducts meeting

Zoom Historical League meetings are becoming the norm and are very effective. With 37 people attending Mondays event, President Susan Dale has managed to keep the group moving forward with plans, tours, fundraising and events. AHS Marilyn Murphy informed us that AZHC is ready to welcome guest back and will open with limited hours Tuesday, Oct 13 from 10 am - 2 pm.

The license plate has sold more in the past two months than all of 2019 with $17 of each sale going directly to AHS. Marilyn reminded us how important documenting our volunteer hours are for AHS as the hours go into 990 forms, annual reports and grant funding.

AHS Marilyn Murphy