The Society is governed by an 18-member board of trustees elected at annual membership meetings. The trustees meet quarterly with all society members welcome to attend. In 1984 the Okanogan County Historical Society became the first to receive the Washington State Historical Society's coveted Robert Gray medal for "distinguished contributions" to the preservation of local and state history.
For more information contact Marilynn Moses, Society coordinator.
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m.- Noon (inquire about off-hour access)
Our address is 1410 2nd Ave N. in Okanogan. We are located just north of the downtown area of Okanogan, on Elmway--across from the PUD building. Look for the historic firehall.
Membership dues are $30.00 per year.
Benefits of memberhip include voting rights, quarterly issues of the Society's journal--"Okanogan County Heritage", and access to museum tours. Best of all, you get to know other people who share your deep interest in exploring Okanogan County's history.
To request an application, click here.
President: Sandy Brightbill
Vice President: Ted Murray
Secretary: Gertrude Webster
Treasurer: Cynthia Tollefson
Board of Trustees