The East Yuma County Historical Society
The East Yuma County Historical Society (EYCHS), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, was incorporated with the State of Colorado on July 1, 1969.
The EYCHS was formed with the purpose to bring together those people interested in the history of Eastern Yuma County and the surrounding area, they play an important role in the governorship of the Museum. The EYCHS Board of Directors is elected from the membership and also serves as the Museum Board. As owners of the Collection which is permanently housed at the Museum, they are responsible for cost of acquisition, care of the Collection, exhibition, and similar materials. They raise funds to cover these costs through tours, special events, endowments, gifts, and memberships.
Become a member
Membership funds help sponsor special activities and programs. They cover the expense of mailing the newsletters. They are used to help purchase needed items for the preservation of the Collection housed at the Wray Museum and build quality exhibits for the benefit of guests visiting the Museum.
By becoming a member of the EYCHS, you are remembering and honoring those who have gone before. A large, strong, supportive membership enables our organization to continue to thrive, and you do yourself a favor as well. After all, individual members receive free admission to the Wray Museum, six newsletters each year with articles on local historic topics of interest, and voting privileges at the annual meeting of the EYCHS. In addition family members receive 50% discount on museum ticketed events, and lifetime individual member names are placed on our Lifetime Membership plaques on display at the Wray Museum. Business members receive an added benefit of a membership plaque for their place of business and promotional space in the Wray Museum newsletter.
We appreciate your support and hope you become part of our organization as we strive to achieve our mission. Please return the membership form with your membership contribution.