March 11, 2015 Kendrick Historical District informational public meeting
Thanks to grants from the following, our work went forward: Inland Northwest Community Foundation, Idaho Community Foundation, Latah County Community Foundation, Precious Gifts for Charity, Moscow Rotary Club, Hill & Valley Garden Club, Potlatch Corp.
April, 25, 2015 JKHF Museum & Resource Center Open House
May 26, 2015 Locust Blossom Festival with our museum open and historical displays on the main floor.
June 2, 2015 Sharon Harris, JKHF President, is Idaho State Historical Society Recipient of Prestigious 'Esto Perpetua' award. The "Esto Perpetua" award is presented this year to nine individuals and two organizations for outstanding accomplishments in preserving and promoting Idaho's heritage.
July 31, 2015 Upstairs plumbing projects, including a working restroom and a utility room with a deep sink were completed. These projects were under the direction of Chris Kowrach and Vikki Christensen. These two items are a wonderful addition since water had to be hauled up the stairs from downstairs sources for every need. Thank you Northern Region Greatest Need Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation for bathroom and utility room funding.
August 21, 2015 Two heat pump systems were installed by the low bidder, Redinger Heating and Cooling of Moscow. To have a heated work space is a dream come true. Thank you Inland Northwest Community Foundation for 2015 heat pump funding.
August 22, 2015 Participated in Southwick Center event
September 8, 2015 Booth and display at Juliaetta Blackberry Festival.
September 9, 2015 Kelly Emo, Mason, completes the east side repairs to the Fraternal temple. Funding was provided by Latah County Community Foundation, Kendrick Grange, J-K Recreation District, Hill & Valley Garden Club, Inland Northwest Community Foundation, and Idaho Community Foundation. Our gratitude can never be expressed deeply enough.
September 29, 2015 Electrician Lee Cannon completes the upstairs wiring project replacing old knob and tube wiring. Lee has donated hundreds of hours to this project and is a star volunteer. Thank you Latah County Community Foundation and Clearwater Power Company for funding you have provided.