The Homer Society of Natural History Inc. Hosts Annual Business Meeting/Announces New Board of Directors
Homer, Alaska (February 7, 2024) – Pratt Museum
Former Board President Linda Rowell and Pratt Museum Executive Director Patricia Relay Addressed Members, Expressed Gratitude for Contributions Made by Outgoing Director
Jennifer Bartolowits, Savanna Bradley, Sue Fallon, Clark Fair, Tim Hatfield, Milli Martin, and Mel Strydom to Join the Board of Directors
The Homer Society of Natural History, Inc. hosted its Annual Business Meeting Tuesday and certified election results, successfully adding seven new members to its board of directors. The meeting was well-attended, with a presentation led by Board President Linda Rowell and Pratt Museum Executive Director Patricia Relay. During the comment period, multiple members stood up to share resolute and often poignant statements in support of the Pratt Museum and its importance to the community.
“The Annual meeting was more than a business meeting. It was a time to gather and engage with our members and the community. At the heart of the Pratt Museum is our members,” said Executive Director Patricia Relay. “I was delighted to see a room full of members and am very grateful for their continued support.”
The ballot counting committee presented election results at 6:17pm, which were certified and made effective as of February 6, 2024 with the following appointments:
- Milli Martin elected Board President
- Mel Strydom elected Vice President
- Jennifer Bartolowits elected Treasurer
- Savanna Bradley elected Secretary
- Clark Fair elected director
- Tim Hatfield elected director
- Sue Fallon elected director
See the full list of The Homer Society of Natural History, Inc. Board of Directors. The HSNH is grateful to Linda Rowell, Former Board President, whose service ends this year.
About The Homer Society of Natural History, Inc. Founded in 1955, The Homer Society of Natural History, Inc. serves as the governing body for the Pratt Museum, and provides vital advocacy and fundraising support for the Museum.
About the Pratt Museum The mission of the Pratt Museum is to strengthen relationships between people and place through stories relevant to Kachemak Bay. It fulfills its mission by facilitating engagement between community members and strengthening understandings of our shared place. Through these activities, the unique relationship between the people and places of Kachemak Bay will be sustained far into the future. The Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11am to 4pm. Visit the Pratt Museum at 379 Bartlett Street in Homer. Tel (907) 235-8635. More information is available at www.prattmuseum.org/.
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