Members of the Wyoming State Historical Record Advisory Board (SHRAB) will meet at the Teton County Library, located at 125 Virginian Lane in Jackson Hole, from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on June 12.
The meeting is open to the public and topics will include the grant program and activities sponsored by the Board.
The SHRAB is made up of individuals who are concerned about the identification and preservation of Wyoming’s historical records. The Board sponsors training on preservation, publishes information on records management, and provides grants for organizations and individuals working to preserve and provide access to historical records. Funding for the SHRAB is provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
Members of the Board are: Coordinator Mike Strom, Cheyenne; Courtney Bohlender, Riverton; Carol Thompson, Cheyenne; Sarah Brown Mathews, Laramie; Judit Olah, Ph.D., Cheyenne; Venice N. Brown Beske, Cheyenne; Robert Webster, Sheridan; Scarlet Skorcz, Rock Springs; Sherry Daigle, Jackson; Rick Ewig, Laramie; Lokey Lytjen, Jackson; and Tony Adams, Cheyenne.
For further information please contact Mike Strom, Wyoming State Archives manager, at 307-777-7020.