The Ball Ground Historical Society installed its first officers and Board of Directors at its first regular monthly meeting Thursday in the council chambers at Ball Ground City Hall.
Installed as officers of the newly formed group are: Lucille Rich, president; Beth Ingram, vice president; Karen Jordan, recording secretary; Sandra Pendley, corresponding secretary and Pam Cavender, treasurer.
Also elected to serve on the Board of Directors are Dr. Rebecca Ray, Joe Kitchens and Mary Sue Haynes Malone.
The Ball Ground Historical Society was organized by members of the recent committee who was responsible for the Ball Ground School Reunion that took place on April 28.
The committee wanted to continue its research into the history and preservation of the town and the Ball Ground Historical Society was born, organizers say.
An organizational meeting took place on June 26 at the Ball Ground City Hall.
The mission statement of the society is to honor, protect and encourage the preservation of Ball Ground’s history and
The Ball Ground Historical Society meets on the fourth Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. in the council chambers of Ball Ground City Hall.
Membership dues are $25 (individual); $35 (Household — 2 memberships); $250 (Founding Member) and $350 (Household Founding Membership — 2 memberships).