2016 Annual Meeting in Claremont (June 23-25, 2016)
For those of you that didn't attend, you missed an opportunity to network with some of the most dedicated individuals in California, all with the common interest of sharing their passion for California history. CCHS and its Arrowhead Management staff put together another great event with plenty of variety to satisfy the most discriminating attendee. CCHS performed at its best, giving all that participated an excellent experience, and with plenty to take back to their respected organizations.
Whether it was the workshop topics (6 sessions/3 tracks each session), the CCHS business (Board of Directors, RVP, and General meetings), the history fair, the local tour opportunity (Walker House), or a little bit of all, everyone found something substantive to leave with. Oh lets not forget, there is always the socializing and sharing among the participants to give the event enough seasoning to deliver the most positive outcome. Such was this case. Follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook to see a variety of pictures that give you a feeling of the event, its participants and the social comradery affected on us by its activities. Everyone, the attendees and the those who didn't attend, should definitely look forward and plan for another wonderful symposium opportunity this Fall.
Thanks to the 2015-2016 Awards Committee: John Shea, Chair; Irene Almeida, Barbara Kimball, and Daniel Mundoz for their very much appreciated effort in reviewing the nominations and selecting the recipients.
2015 Annual Meeting in Burlingame (June 23-25, 2016)
What a great time we all had. We networked with the greatest individuals in California. Our common connection is our love of California history. CCHS and its Arrowhead Management staff put together a great event with plenty of variety. CCHS performed at its best, giving all that participated an excellent experience, and with plenty to take back to our respective historical societies, museums, and organizations.
Annual Meeting content included workshop topics, the CCHS business, the history fair, the local tour opportunities (the Presidio of San Francisco (Officer's Club (History of the Presidio) and Parade Ground (Archeological Dig) and California Historical Society (Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915)), or collectively we all found something important to leave with. We socialized and shared our experiences among the participants. Such was this case. Follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook to see a variety of pictures that give you a feeling of the event.