County Commissioner Andy Anderson Seeks Volunteer for Brevard Historical Commission

By  //  January 14, 2016

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preserving the history of Brevard County

The District Five Commission Office is looking for a volunteer to fill an opening for the Historical Commission.

The District Five Commission Office is looking for a volunteer to fill an opening for the Historical Commission.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The District Five Commission Office is looking for a volunteer to fill an opening for the Historical Commission.

The Brevard County Historical Commission was established to collect, arrange, record, and preserve historical materials and to perform other functions such as obtaining narratives of the early pioneers, marking historical locations throughout the county, and recording historical information.

The Historical Commission sponsors several projects and collections that preserve the documented history of Brevard County as related through newspaper, maps and other historic documents.

There are no qualifications but an interest in history, cultural lore and development of Brevard County would be helpful. The Historical Commission meets on the first Tuesday of every month. A term is for one year.

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To learn more about the history of Brevard County, read the official history published in three volumes and available from the Brevard County Historical Commission Book Store.

If interested in an appointment to this board, please contact the District Five Commission Office at 321-253-6611.


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