The Catron County Historical Society, founded in January of 2008, is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to preserve, present, educate, and inform by increasing the knowledge of Catron County history through outings, programs, oral history interviews, and a compilation of books pertaining to Catron County.

We are in the process of developing a museum and visitor center, continuing with an oral history library and book library.

The future of the CCHS is with the members and volunteers who help to preserve the history of Catron County.

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Upcoming Events 2018

Stay connected with history in Catron County.

April 21 CCHS Annual Meeting. We will have our annual meeting at the Museum in Quemado. Our speaker will be Gail Armstrong who will talk about the Roy Dale Gallaher family. Voting for 2018 CCHS offic-ers will be conducted. Meeting will begin at 1:30 PM. CCHS will furnish snacks and drinks. We will also have a silent auction. At this annual meeting we will have the plaques up for review of money and items that were donated to CCHS.

May Outing. This is in the planning stages. Look for more information in an upcoming newsletter.

June First Annual BBQ at Jackson Park. We are looking to have the BBQ catered, and we’re also planning music in the park. This will be the first annual BBQ at Jackson Park in Pie Town. This venue is easily accessible and will give us plenty of space if we decide to have horse shoes or other games.

CCHS Officers

PRESIDENT: Sally Blum

VICE PRESIDENT: Bonnie Armstrong

SECRETARY: Helen Cress

TREASURER: Barb Adams

DIRECTORS:

Wayne Ashby
Doris Clymo
Nettie Carrejo
Lee Bond
Charlie McCarty

2018 Business Sponsors

Bob & Nelcine Roland
Western New Mexico Land
Company/Gary Blum
Dia Art Foudation
Hubbell Ranch
J & C Lodging-Cynthea Wasserburger
Cielito Lindo Ranch, Inc./Catron Courier
Williams Windmill/Matt Williams
El Ranchito Inn/Nettie Carrejo
Apache Rv Park/Lon & Susan Strombeck