2014 PROJECT Contributors for: Kendrick Fraternal Temple 2nd Floor (our future home) & Brick Repair & Front Entry Gifting: Clearwater Power Company, Cannon Electric, Potlatch Corporation, J-K Recreation District, Northwest Farm Credit Services, Inland NW Community Foundation-Community Strategies Grant, TDS, Moneysaver, Newspaper Digitization: John M & Leslie L. Woodward Foundation, Latah County Arts & Culture Committee, National Historical Publications & Records Commission - completion Dec. 16, 2014, Idaho State Historical Society and National Endowment for the Humanities/Library of Congress newspaper digitization grant - completion Aug. 31, 2015 Juliaetta Historical Tour: Statewide Education Philanthropic Gift Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation, Latah County Arts & Culture Committee.
January 2014 Facebook presence was acquired and is maintained thanks to Sharon Harris.
March 2014 Larry & Sharon Harvey's computer donation and Doug Crockett's computer software and installation donation resulted in a computer containing all of our digital material for our Research Center area.
April 2014 Cemetery signage provided for Cameron Cemetery, Leland Cemetery, Wild Rose Cemetery
May 2014 7,000 Kendrick Gazette newspaper pages placed on the semi-final list to receive microfilm to pdf conversions through the Idaho State Historical Society grant received through the National Endowment for the National Endowment for the Humanities/Library of Congress newspaper digitization project.
May 31, 2014 Kendrick's Locust Blossom Festival participation with an outdoor booth promoting Southwick and in the Grange building with displays of our Potlatch Telephone Co. switchboard, Historical Horse Tack including Hamley & Co. Kendrick made items, local high school year books.
Summer 2014 Kendrick Downtown/Business Historical District application process began
June 28, 2014 Canyons & Bunchgrass Historic Tour of South Latah County participation with 50 people on the tour viewing our Early Days of Kendrick DVD.
June - July 2014 Southwick Historical & Community Center building June 28th work party clean up event and July 14th BBQ fundraiser participation.
Sept. 6, 2014 Juliaetta Blackberry Festival booth participation.
Fall 2014 JKHF Fraternal Temple 2nd Floor Museum and Research Center set up began
Nov. 2014 7,500 Kendrick and Juliaetta newspapers from 1890 - 1998 have been digitized to a pdf format and searchable and are now available for viewing on our web site.
Dec. 20, 2014 Juliaetta Historical Tour booklet and Early Days of Juliaetta DVD available for purchase.
2013 PROJECT Contributors: Kendrick Fraternal Temple 2nd Floor (our future home) & Brick Repair Gifting: Clearwater Power Company, Cannon Electric, Potlatch Corporation, Tri-State
Outfitters in Moscow & Lewiston, J-K Recreation District, Avista Power Foundation, Latah County Community Foundation, Northwest Farm Credit Services
February 14, 2013 JKHF members Loeda Reil and Bev Thon provided a informational Cemetery Research and Writing History program to 20 Twin Rivers Genealogy Society members in Lewiston ID.
May 25, 2013 Kendrick's Locust Blossom Festival participation at the Grange building and in an outdoor booth. Our "Southwick and Cedar Ridge History" publication and Early Days of Kendrick DVD was available for purchase.
June 2013 Kendrick's Historical Tour booklet 36 page publication available for purchase.
Sept. 14, 2013 Juliaetta Blackberry Festival booth participation.
Oct. 2013 Juliaetta & Kendrick City Historians: We now officially hold that designation in each city.
Oct. 24. 2013 Partnered with Gritman Medical Center in providing a Kendrick medical history display at their Kendrick Conversations evening event where the new Kendrick Family Care Clinic building design was unveiled. A mid-December move will occur to the former Kendrick Theater site--two doors down from the present Kendrick Family Care Clinic location.
2012 PROJECT Contributors: Kendrick Fraternal Temple 2nd Floor (our future home) & Brick Repair Gifting: TDS, Tri-State Outfitters-Idaho's Most Interesting Store, Juliaetta's Zion Lutheran Church, Clearwater Power Company, Avista Power, Moneysaver, J-K Walking Tour: Latah County Arts & Culture Committee, J-K Recreation District, Kendrick Lions Club and Idaho Community Foundation's Northern Region Greatest Need Fund
January 17, 2012 Latah County Historical Society contributed surplus display panels.
Beginning Feb. 2012 K-J Historical Tour Plan: Provide 30 K-J "Business" and 35 "Home" tour signs, update tour booklet and provide an expanded informational DVD on Kendrick and on Juliaetta sites. Kendrick Publications & K-J home sign installation will occur in 2013 and Juliaetta publications to occur in 2014.
May 26, 2012 Kendrick's Locust Blossom Festival participation at the Grange building and in an outdoor booth. Our "Leland History" publication became available.
June 20, 2012 32 IIo Vollmer Historical Society members received a Fraternal Temple building and Kendrick Tour .
July 28, 2012 38 Bunchgrass & Canyon Tour persons received a Fraternal Temple building and Kendrick tour.
Aug. 11, 2012 Sold our publications at the Lewis-Clark Air Festival & at a And Books Too "Leland History" book signing event.
Sept. 8, 2012 Juliaetta Blackberry Festival booth participation.
Fall 2012 Kendrick's Fraternal Temple building was included on the National Register of Historic Places.
Oct. 2012 Completed Fraternal Temple updates:
1.) a 2,650 sq. ft. blanket of attic insulation changing the R value from 0 to 38!
2.) JKHF’s public use “Grand Room” (1,980 square feet) also received wall insulation and sheetrock.
3.) JKHF's archive sorting room received wall insulation and sheetrock.
Dec. 2012 283 average volunteer hours per month contributed toward our projects
January 11, 2011 JKHF's web site went on-line.
January 31, 2011 Preservation efforts to the Kendrick Fraternal Temple resulted in a nomination to the National Register listing.
March 23, 2011 Latah County Arts & Culture Committee grant received for digital frame unit.
April 1, 2011 Leland Cemetery on-line research and resident details are current with Southwick Cemetery now being given attention.
May 1, 2011 Sales of our book publication "Letters From the Front" Volume II began.
May 16, 2011 Moneysaver grant received for Fraternal Temple building remodel.
May 28, 2011 Kendrick's Locust Blossom Festival booth & Kendrick Fraternal Temple military exhibit & WWII "Meet & Greet" event.
July 1, 2011 Latah County Community Foundation funded money for tables.
July 7, 2011 Latah County Commissioners granted funds for Kendrick Grange building restorations.
August 18, 2011 Juliaetta's Historical Collection Event--6 contributors.
September 10, 2011 Juliaetta Blackberry Festival booth participation.
November 2011 Avista Corp. and Paul Kimmell provides us with a surplus computer.
November 18, 2011 JKHF Annual Newsletter is distributed using postal and e-mail modes to about 1500 contacts.
January 26, 2010 Kendrick City Council demolished the over 100-year-old Kendrick RR depot.
May 2010 Orchid Award received from Preservation Idaho for the positive efforts to the Kendrick Depot.
May 29, 2010 Kendrick's Locust Blossom Festival booth & Sales of "Letters From the Front" Volume I began.
June 7, 1010 Latah County Community Foundation grant received for a newsletter & web site development.
Sept. 11, 2010 Juliaetta Blackberry Festival booth participation.
Fall of 2010 Community-wide renovation efforts provided to restoring Kendrick's Fraternal Temple building.
October 5, 2010 Latah County Arts & Culture Committee grant received for an external hard drive backup unit.
December 2010 JKHF community-wide newsletter mailed.