Our members are vital to the success of the Museum. The funds we raise from this program help us to properly care for our collection, bring in traveling exhibits, and provide education programs.
Membership benefits include: advance notice of events and exhibit openings, a 10% discount in the Museum Store, and subscriptions to the Museum's quarterly journal.
- Senior Citizen / Library / Student $20
- Individual $25
- Organizations / Club $35
- Family $40
- Business $100
The Museum is a partnership between Sutter County and the Community Memorial Museum Association, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The Association supports all of the public programming aspects of the Museum, including education programs, fundraising events, temporary exhibits, updates to permanent exhibits, and the Museum Store. Donations made to the Association are tax deductible.
There are many ways to donate to the Museum:
- Mail a check
- Come visit us! (Yes, you can donate using a credit card)
- Planned Giving
We also have corporate sponsorship opportunities for our events and temporary exhibits.
The Commission is a 501(c)(3) organization that fundraises and supports the operation of the Museum. New applicants to the Association are approved by a vote of the full Association. Members serve for 4 year terms.
Current Association Members:
- Tony Kurlan, President
- Eric Gruenthal, Vice President
- Babs Cotter, Secretary
- Phyllis Smith, Treasurer
- Carol Bordeaux
- Katie Bryant
- David Rubiales
- Mark Hartney
- Randy Lavender
- Chris Pickering
- Magdalena Reveles
- Eric Almquist
- Neil Gibbs
- Scott Hankins
- Margit Sands
If you are interested in joining, please the Association President.
We would not be able to do what we do without our volunteers. Volunteers staff the front desk when the Museum is open. This includes greeting visitors, answering any questions they may have, answering the phone, and selling items in the Museum Store. Volunteers also work on special projects, help at events, make ornaments and help decorate for Trees & Traditions. We are always looking for more volunteers, so if you are interested please contact us or come by the Museum!