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BOULDER CITY HIGH SCHOOL MULTI-CLASS REUNION
A Celebration for Alumni of All BCHS Classes
BCHS 2010 Multi-Class Reunion proudly sponsored by the Class of 1975.
Oct 8-10, Please come check out our awesome, groovy, far out website, http://www.bchsreunion2010.com/ !!
It is easy to register, as we have it set up on Paypal.
For questions contact the organizers Diane Walters Gunter and Peggy Kelly Durfey at email@example.com
Please spread the word to all your BCHS Alumni family and friends who may not be lucky enough to get to read the "News" at the Boulder City Review.
For those without email you can call Peggy at 592-0817 for information on registering.
ART IN THE PARK NEEDS VOLUNTEERS
Art in the Park is Calling All Volunteers!
It is the hard work of community volunteers who make Art in the Park the successful event that it has become. If you would like to be part of our volunteer team, please call our office at 702-293-0214 and we would be happy to match you up with a fun volunteer experience.
BC MUSEUM NEEDS $5 TO STAY ALIVE
Boulder City Museum and Historical Association
1305 Arizona Street
Boulder City, NV 89005
I am writing on behalf of the Boulder City Museum and Historical Association (“BCMHA”) in
connection with its 2010 “Give Five to Keep the Museum Alive” campaign. As an integral part
of Boulder City’s historic business district, please consider pledging your organization’s support
to the Museum by donating to the “Five Alive” campaign. Your donation is eligible for taxdeductible
status since BCMHA is a qualified non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
Please make checks payable to BCMHA (Tax ID No. 88-0167875).
The Museum’s campaign has a twofold purpose: (i) to remind and re-educate citizens, civic
organizations, and businesses about the importance of preserving our heritage; and (ii) to give
each of us an opportunity to share in the preservation process by pledging our support to the
Museum. In the coming weeks, you will undoubtedly see the banners, flyers, ads, donation jars,
and t-shirts advertising our campaign.
As you may be aware, the Museum is dedicated to preserving the rich history of Hoover Dam,
Lake Mead, and Boulder City. To that end, we maintain and make available an extensive
collection of photographs, manuscripts, artifacts, and other archived materials designed to bridge
the past with the present. The Museum serves as an important reminder not only of these
modern marvels but also of the dedicated pioneers who built them, their values, struggles,
triumphs, vision, work ethic, determination, and enduring legacy. Through exhibits, research
facilities, educational outreach programs, Third Thursday presentations, and co-sponsorship of a
wide variety of civic and cultural events, the Museum strives to share these stories with the
public in meaningful ways. You may already be familiar with some of our sponsored events,
including Boulder City’s annual 31ers Reunion, Chautauqua, and the Dam Short Film Festival.