2017 Annual Meeting Event Story Continued

... Origins: The Placer County Museums & The Heritage Trail presented by Ralph Gibson, Placer County Museums Administrator; A Day at a 1855 Medical Museum presented by Rod Moser, Gold Country Medical History Museum Curator/President; and Producing Digital Videos for Historical Societies & Museums presented by Bill George, Nimbus Films film producer. A very special Noon Luncheon was held at the Sienna Restaurant-Roseville with Keynote Speaker Matías Antonio Bombal, famed film historian. It was followed by an afternoon Maidu Indian Museum and Historic Site tour and later the “Night on Vernon Street” – Local Tours/Dinner on Roseville’s Vernon Street, Old Highway 40 - Roseville Telephone Museum, hosted by Melissa Sanders; Blue Line Arts (Gallery), hosted by Tony Natsoulas; and concluded with Dinner on our Own at top Vernon Street restaurants.

  • Saturday, June 24th – Our last day began with the Morning BWP Complimentary Breakfast/Social Time. Then we drove to Lincoln and held co-activities which included the CCHS’ Book Fest on the Plaza (Beermann’s Plaza) and the Placer County Museums’ Heritage Trail at the Lincoln Area Archives Museum. And finally, an afternoon Panel Discussion (Buonarroti Ristorante Cino Vino Room) “The Future of History in the State of Californiamoderated by Christina Richter, Roseville Historical Society; State Assemblyman Kevin Kiley (District 6); Gregg Lukenbill, Sacramento County Historical Society; and Ralph Thomas, CCHS 2nd VP.

History Panel

 

  • This was followed by a wonderful concluding activity: The Awards of Merit Luncheon at the Buonarroti Ristorante hosted by CCHS President Andrea Blachman, 1st VP Michael Otten, Treasurer John Shea, and Secretary Barbara Kimball with guest host State Assemblyman Kevin Kiley.

For those that have never attended an Annual Meeting or a Symposium, this one was well paced. The program was well conceived. And generally, the activities were appropriately regulated with adequate time to socialize and make new friends. Much gratitude goes to the Communities of Roseville and Lincoln for being so gracious and hospitable. We hope to see you at the Fall Symposium.

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