Contact persons: Robert Holden, Sarah Harrison, Nicole Hill
The mandate of this committee is to redevelop and maintain the Georgina Historical Society website. In maintaining the website, this will include regular updates of content and information (e.g. general meeting dates, photos, and other important information). The website must also provide sources for information of local historical interest to the membership and general public. This will also serve to promote our society and its mandate to non-members.
Contact persons: Robert Holden, Tom Glover
The purpose of the newsletter is a means of communicating to the membership about news, events and activities, as well as presenting articles and images of historical interest. If you have a story, family history or images of Georgina’s past, we would welcome your contributions! All potential articles should be sent to the editor of the newsletter through our
Fundraising & Membership Committee
Contact Persons: Karen Wolfe, Paul Brady, Tom Glover
This committee explores ways and means where revenues can be raised to fund the activities of the Georgina Historical Society. Gathering individual and corporate sponsorships will form an integral part of the operations of this committee, as well as soliciting purposeful donations for particular projects (e.g. the caboose). This will include selling raffle tickets, publications for sale, and antique sales of donated items from the general public.
This committee also works to develop and expand the membership of the Georgina Historical Society. By being a part of this committee, you participate in special events and other initiatives in order to encourage people to join this historically minded society.
Membership fees are as follows:
General Membership – $25
NEW! Student Membership – $10 [18 and under, non-voting membership rights]. This membership level functions as a way to encourage student participation in the local history of
our municipality, and as another means for them to earn their requisite volunteer hours towards their high school requirements.
General Meeting & AGM Committee
Contact persons: Sandra Dickenson, Dee Lawrence
The general meeting committee is responsible for planning the monthly general meetings where speakers are engaged and presentations are given for the benefit of educating the public about historical events in our community. The committee also organizes the Annual General Meeting
which takes place every November; this involves booking a special guest speaker, arranging a venue, and making sure that there is a caterer for the event.
Contact Persons: Kim Brady, Sandra Dickinson, Paul Brady, Robert Holden, Wayne Phillips
This committee is responsible for planning the Harvestfest event, which usually takes place on the second Saturday of the month of September. Planning this event involves the coordination of vendors on the grounds of the Pioneer Village, enlisting volunteers for making items for a fundraising bake sale, and soliciting owners of historic cars to participate in our antique car show.
Contact Persons: Robert Holden, Sarah Harrison
The mandate of this committee must work in consultation with the curator of the Georgina Pioneer Village & Archives, currently managed by the Town of Georgina. The purpose of this committee is to assist the curator with matters relating to archival arrangement, description, management and assistance.