About MCHC

Front: Eric Bierman, Marilyn Waller, Carol Pilgrim, Biddy Harkrider, KJ Hallmark, County Judge Danny Neal


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MCHC members represent a balance of interests and backgrounds from communities within the county.  All members are united by their knowledge and understanding of the county’s rich history and their commitment to its preservation.  Although MCHC may initiate actions, it also cooperates with state and local programs that encourage awareness of historic preservation and promote appreciation of McCulloch County’s historical significance. In 2016, MCHC received a THC Distinguished Service Award for its work in historical preservation.


To achieve MCHC’s goals, members serve on one or more of five standing committees and other special committees as needed.  They frequently request assistance from an active group of volunteers/consultants.

All MCHC meetings, held at 5:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month, are open to the public. Additional information on meeting schedules and agendas is posted at the county clerk’s office and at the courthouse.

As an arm of county government, MCHC may not engage in direct fundraising.  To supplement its modest county appropriation, MCHC relies on event and memorial donations and grant awards.  All proceeds are used to fund activities that help it accomplish its mission.
 
                                                                                                OFFICERS

                         KJ Hallmark                     Ronnie Moore                 Marilyn Waller                   John M. Hartley
                             ( Chair)                            (Vice-Chair)                       (Secretary)                          (Treasurer)

                                                                                                MEMBERS

                      Eric Bierman                     Alvin L. Bolton                     Kevin Dodds              Mary Anne Gutierrez
 
                    Biddy Harkrider                  Carol Pilgrim                      Orlando Rubio              Dr. Lonnie Vickers  


 

Back: Kevin Dodds, Ronnie Moore, Dr. Lonnie Vickers, Alvin L. Bolton, John M. Hartley

MCHC members represent a balance of interests and backgrounds from communities within the county.  All members are united by their knowledge and understanding of the county’s rich history and their commitment to its preservation.  Although MCHC may initiate actions, it also cooperates with state and local programs that encourage awareness of historic preservation and promote appreciation of McCulloch County’s historical significance. In 2016, MCHC received a THC Distinguished Service Award for its work in historical preservation.

The McCulloch County Historical Commission (MCHC) was formed to assist both the state and the county in the preservation and protection of state and county historic and cultural resources.  Following their appointment to two-year terms by the McCulloch County Commissioners Court, members are sworn-in by the county judge. MCHC is organized under Texas Historical Commission (THC) guidelines and reports to both THC and the county commissioners court. ​​​

Historical Commission

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​​"Working to Preserve and Promote the Historic and
Cultural Resources of McCulloch County, Texas​"

Historical Commission

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