The Wayne County Historical Association (WCHA) was established on March 27, 1979 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

The purpose of this organization is to discover, preserve, document, display, and disseminate historical knowledge and artifacts of Wayne County.  It also seeks to increase public awareness of the heritage of Wayne County and its environs through exhibits, events, and traditional and digital information sources.

The WCHA own and operate the Wayne County Museum  as well as the Town Meeting Hall (formerly the First Presbyterian Church) on Ash Street.

Board Members:

Nancy Delia (President)
Emily Weil (Vice President)
Diane Kester (Treasurer)
Jim Hinnant
Thomas Bailey
Gloria Flowers
Barbara Price
Irma Wiggins
Sandra Scronce
Ingrid Quick

Board Meetings are every third Monday of the month at the Wayne County Museum at 11:00 AM.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the WCHA & Museum Board, please fill out the application below and return it to a museum staff member.

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Board Member Application