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Kona Historical Society Begins Membership Drive

November 12, 2016, 7:20 AM HST
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logo-kona-historical-societyKona Historical Society is hosting its first-ever month-long Online New Membership Drive via Facebook. Starting Nov. 10 and ending Dec. 9 on Kona Historical Society’s Facebook Page.

The drive aims to recruit 100 new members by offering special membership rates, new membership levels and benefits, as well as special weekly challenges with prize drawings provided by Hawai‘i Island sponsors—Kona Brewing Co., Body Glove Hawaii and Kohanaiki.

The drive will also feature posts about the special resources Kona Historical Society protects and the services it offers.

As a community-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Kona Historical Society relies on the support of its membership to help fund the essential role it plays in collecting, preserving and sharing Kona’s and Hawai‘i’s history.

Kona Historical Society members are part of large and growing ‘ohana of people who appreciate and support the important roles that history, culture and the arts provide on our island and state.

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Annual membership dues, which start at $35 for individuals, provide the organization with a major source of vital revenue to cover day-to-day needs and special projects.

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Supporters of Kona Historical Society will be able to purchase membership by calling the Society’s main office at (808) 323-3222 or going to the society’s online store.

Information about membership and the various levels is available at www.konahistorical.org.

Founded in 1976, Kona Historical Society is the only museum in West Hawai‘i with permanent and rotating exhibits, as well as a full docket of public programming. Over the past four decades, it has provided public space, free or deeply discounted school and other educational programs and lectures throughout the year, access to unique and significant Hawai‘i collections and artifacts, stewardship and financial care of two state- and national-registered historic sites and structures, and more than 10 acres of State Legacy Land reserves.

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Every year, Kona Historical Society serves thousands of people through its work, which gives a clear-eyed view of what Hawai‘i’s rich, complex and multiethnic community truly looks like and is. Kona Historical Society has garnered dozens of awards and commendations for its museums, historic structures and public programs.

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