Help manage and implement heritage programs, including the planning and organization of exhibits and the recruitment and supervision of volunteers;
manage and implement other programs or classes of an educational or interpretative nature in keeping with the purposes of the Center; give tours of the Rodgers Ranch Historic Site; solicit cooperation and collaboration with other educational and community organizations in the development of said programs and classes.
Help organize, plan, schedule and present a minimum of four events per year that increase the awareness, education, and importance of the Rodgers Ranch Historic Site, including the Annual Meeting held during the fourth quarter of each year and any other proposed activities and events utilizing the Site.
Help organize, monitor and oversee all fundraising activities and events; seek out, apply for and obtain grants and donations from foundations, governmental agencies and other potential institutional sources of funding;
and communicate and develop potential donors and members, maintain records and solicit donations and contributions from said donors and members.
Help develop, produce and administrate membership newsletters, social media profile, websites, blogs and other means of communication with the membership and the public; and maintain and perpetuate the uniform image and brand of the Center.
Help actively recruit new members, support membership retention, involvement, and communication.
Help design, create and install monuments that further the education, information, and community awareness of the Rodgers Ranch Historic Site.
Help assume charge and know the whereabouts of all such historical materials as may from time to time be donated or loaned to the Center, including but not limited to artifacts, photographs, ephemera, documents, manuscripts and books in the Center's possession; plan and setup displays of said items; evaluate and authenticate the historical value of such artifacts and documents as may be submitted and recommend rejection, acceptance and or deaccession of donation items.
STRUCTURES & GROUNDS COMMITTEE
Help maintain and restore all structures of the Rodgers Ranch Historic Site; maintain, plan, plant, and prune, the grounds of Site, including overseeing Clean-Up Days, community gardens and the installation of new garden beds; implement and oversee contractors, design professionals and others involved in the restoration, reconstruction, or conservation of all structures and grounds of Site; and make recommendations for planning, uses and security of Site as facilities for meetings, fundraising events and other programs sponsored by the Educational, Fundraising, Marketing, Membership, Museum, and Programs Committees.