Farmington Historical Society Foundation
The Farmington Historical Society Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, exists to ensure the preservation of Farmington’s unique historical structures, to research and understand their associated history over time, and to educate Farmington members and others about the significance of this remarkable legacy.
The FHSF is inspired by the assessment of noted historic preservation architects Mesick, Cohen, Wilson and Baker, who recognized Farmington’s national and international significance, writing, “Farmington is a cultural treasure of national and international importance and presents an opportunity to discover heretofore unknown Jeffersonian features. Posterity will be forever grateful.”
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Farmington Historical Society Foundation Now Accepting Committee and Board Applications
The Farmington Historical Society Foundation is accepting applications for the purpose of filling a limited number of Committee and Board seats for up to three-year terms, beginning April 2021. This campaign is open beginning December 1, 2020 through January 11, 2021; all applications should be submitted using the FHSF Service Offer.
Foundation Board submissions should also include a letter stating the qualifications of the nominee and that the nominee agrees to serve if nominated and appointed by the Club Board of Directors. (Please note that current Club Directors are ineligible for service on the Foundation Board.)
This campaign is intended to provide an inclusive process for appointment. We encourage any member or spouse who desires consideration for Foundation Committee or Foundation Board service to forward his or her FHSF Service Offer, and any supporting documents, directly to FHSF@fccva.com.
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