Board of Trustees
Columbia County Historical Society | CCHS
Bob Peduzzi, Co-President
Alexandra Anderson, Co-President
André Hoek, Vice-President
Greg Pettyjohn, Treasurer
Nora Tuttle, Secretary
Roderic Blackburn, Emeritus
Bonnie Eyre, Emerita
Henry H. Livingston, III
BECOME A TRUSTEE
Become more involved in the Columbia County Historical Society by joining our Board of Trustees, or joining one of its standing committees.
Now is a good time to apply. Our board currently has several openings for Trustees with three-year terms. Trustees meet six times throughout the year guiding CCHS in its overall mission, establishing strategy and budgets. Trustee Applicants must be current regular members of the Columbia County Historical Society.
Development is a primary concern of the board so a willingness to participate, or encourage others to participate, in our fund-raising efforts will be an important qualification—but not the only one. Assisting our staff with membership-building, programming, preservation and exhibition activities are all ways for board members to support CCHS.
Interested current members in good standing should contact the Nominating Committee: Sam Pratt, Greg Pettyjohn, or John Carroll.
Please send a letter of Inquiry to NominatingCommittee@cchsny.org
The Columbia County Historical Society is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the interpretation and preservation of the history and culture of Columbia County, New York.
It is the goal of CCHS to encourage understanding, knowledge, and preservation of the County's heritage through the acquisition and conservation of historic architecture and properties, objects and documents, and through the sponsorship of research, publications, exhibitions, and educational programs.
To help achieve its mission, the CCHS owns, maintains, and interprets collections and buildings of historical significance, and operates a museum and extensive research library.
Columbia County Historical Society
5 Albany Avenue
P. O. Box 311
Kinderhook, New York 12106
Chartered in the first instance (Absolute Charter) by the Board of Regents, State Education Department, The University of the State of New York