The Southern Mono Historical Society (SMHS) would like to send belated thanks to our small, but mighty crew of faithful helpers in setting up, decorating, serving food, cleaning up and tearing down of our summer events so far this season at the Hayden Cabin/Mammoth Museum. We couldn’t have done it without all of you!
For our 16th Annual Country Western Dance & BBQ which took place on June 28th, our only major fundraiser of the summer, we thank the following: the LDS Elders, Jim Beaver of Sunshine Village Condos, Sharon & Bob Cox catering, Steve Weatherwax at the bar, Tina Sauser and the entire Sauser family who were in town, The Rafters for ice, docent/historian Mark Davis and members of our Board of Directors; Bill & Chris Sauser, Jon Goodwin, Dinah Frincke and Barbara Richter.
For the free jazz at the cabin events (part of Mammoth Jazz) which took place on July 16 & 17th we thank the following: the LDS Elders, Jim Beaver of Sunshine Village Condos, John Wedburg for loan of his keyboard, Sharon & Bob Cox catering, Steve Weatherwax at the bar, The Rafters for ice, docent/historian Mark Davis, Judy Sauser, Patty our Mammoth Jazz volunteer and members of our Board of Directors; Bill Sauser, Jon Goodwin, Dinah Frincke and Barbara Richter.
Save the date for our final community event of the season: Saturday, August 23rd from 5:00-9:00 p.m. our annual general membership meeting and Old Timers’ Day BBQ plus Lee Vining High School Class Reunion (from the beginning to 1974).
The Board is currently taking nominations for Board positions to be elected at this general membership meeting. Please contact President Bill Sauser at (760) 937-5822 if you or someone you know would be interested in serving to help preserve Mammoth Lakes’ history.
The Hayden Cabin/Mammoth Museum at 5489 Sherwin Creek Road is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. until September 28th then closed for winter. Admission is free, however we gratefully accept donations and memberships. The SMHS is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.
Thank you again!
Directors of the Southern Mono Historical Society
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