SCHS
Board of Directors
President
Chuck Zimmerly

Vice President
Dr. Peggy Hardman
 
Secretary
Paul Harden
 
Treasurer
Prescilla Mauldin
 
Board Members:
Jon Spargo
Roy Heatwole
Kay Krehbiel
Don Wolberg
 
Ex-Officio Members
Robert Eveleth, Past President
 
 
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History – Photos – Maps & More
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More to come ...
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April 22, 2017 – SCHS Annual Meeting – 5:00 p.m.
The Annual Meeting of the Socorro County Historical Society will be held at the Cottonwood Charter School on Saturday, April 22, 2017.  The program begins at
5 p.m. (to not conflict with the SEC Annual Meeting that afternoon).  Light refreshments served.  SCHS annual dues ($20) for 2017 are also due at the Annual Meeting.
 
PUBLIC PRESENTATION -- NO ADMISSION
 
"Daughters of the Camino Real"
-- the women who traveled the Royal Road and survived the Jornada del Muerto
Presented by Sherry Fletcher and Cindy Carpenter of the Sierra County Historical Society.
 
Sherry Fletcher is a graduate of NMSU and a well
known educator, author, and historian from Truth or
Consequences, and an avid collector of old documents.
Sherry's family arrived in New Mexico generations ago
along El Camino Real from which she learned many of
the untold stories of women traveling the famous trail.
 
Cindy Carpenter is also a graduate of NMSU and a
diagnostician for several school districts in southern
New Mexico. In her spare time, she quilts and
creates family photo albums for her three sons and
their families.
 
Invite your friends, neighbors and co-workers for this free Special Presentation.
 
Brunch.  All members are also invited to join us at 2:00 p.m. for "brunch" to visit with Sherry and Cindy, followed by a visit to the Hammel Museum prior to the meeting.  Restaurant and RSVP info to be announced; dutch treat.
 
 
 
October 7, 2017 – Oktoberfest
OK ... it's a bit down the line, but here's a heads up for our annual Oktoberfest - always held on the first Saturday in October.  The same good food, good drink, great entertainment, and even better friends and fellow SCHS members to enjoy a nice day at the Hammel Brewery/Museum.
 
 
 
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Authors Cindy Carpenter (l.)
 and Sherry Fletcher
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by Paul Harden
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