Elk City News, November 2, 2022 - WOHS Unveils Website
From the Elk City News on Wednesday, November 2, 2022
WOHS Unveils Website
By Sheryl Ponce
During the regular monthly meeting Of the Western Oklahoma Historical Society's Of Director's meeting, Kevin Latham of Innovative Technology spoke the organization's new website, https://westernoklahomahistoricalsociety.org, that was launched since the meeting in Sept.
"The website is basically a website with information about the historical Society and about the museum. Some of its features include documents, so as we start digitizing, our archived documents will be available. This is the very beginning. so we only have two documents on there right now. There are two letters from the soldiers serving in World War One," museum curator Charles Wren explained.
He went on to say that there are notices events, and also from Judy Haught. Wren will working to provide documents, pictures, and other artifacts that can be preserved on the site. The community is encouraged to check it out and provide about what they would like to see there.
With chairman Doug Haught presiding over the meeting, the minutes from Sept-'s meeting were approved. Chairman of the Flea Market, Kenneth Hart, gave the event's report. He said that there were 47 spaces already spoken for next year's flea market. with 32 vendors reserving those spaces. He also thanked Ron Nagle, Beverly Jordan, and others who made the event a success.
Wren that on Nov. 10th at 3 p.m. there will be storytelling by the Cheyenne at the teepee. He would like everyone to come out to hear about the culture and traditions of the tribe.
Treasurer Jordan gave the financial report, which was approved by the The WOHS Hall of Fame inductees were announced. Those are Dale Tracy, Shawn Wilson, and Cindy Wood. The annual banquet will held on Nov. 15th at 6:30 p.m. in Elk City's United Methodist Church. Tickets will be going on sale soom Everyone is encouraged to attend.