Museum launches ‘Re-Member’ CampaignJuly 28, 2020
JASPER — The Dubois County Museum announces the “Re-Member” Campaign. This mini fundraising effort celebrates the legacy of those who choose to make Dubois County their home — past, present and future — by using Re-Member funds for artifact preservation, exhibit fabrication and educational programs.
The museum invites new members and encourages current members to renew now for the 2021 membership year. Annual membership begins the date people join and runs for a full year. Members receive free admission, monthly e-newsletters and quarterly printed newsletters.
All new, renewing and gift memberships will receive a complimentary lidded coffee tumbler with the museum’s exhibit gallery logo. Another new incentive for members is a 10 percent discount in the museum store.
Join online by clicking on the “Get Involved” tab on the museum’s website or go straight to this link — https://duboiscountymuseum.org/membership/.
Download the membership application and mail in the form and donation.
The donation ensures that the Dubois County Museum can continue to collect, preserve, interpret and promote the history of Dubois County.
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