You are invited to the
Bent County Historical Society Annual Meeting & Luncheon
John W. Rawlings Heritage Center & Museum Grand Hall
Saturday – January 18, 2020
Brief business meeting at 11:30 am
Lunch begins at noon – presentation follows
Meat, drinks and rolls provided
Roast beef donated by the Copper Kitchen
Donations of sides are appreciated
by Teri Jobe, Interpretation Ranger
National Park Service
Sand Creek Massacre National Historical Site
Teri’s Bio: Teri was born in Coudersport, Pennsylvania, a small town in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains. She graduated with a master’s degree in Park and Resource Management from Slippery Rock University in December 2011. While attending Slippery Rock, Teri met and later married her husband, Tim Jobe. Teri spent two summers working with the US Army Corps of Engineers at Shenango River Lake in northwestern PA. That experience enabled her to apply for a summer seasonal position with the National Park Service at Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site and Johnstown Flood National Memorial. It was during her time at both of these parks that Teri was exposed to interpreting cultural history to visitors for the first time. For the next five summers, Teri worked as a seasonal Interpretive Park Guide at Boston National Historic Park in Massachusetts, honing her interpretive and communication skills. In January of 2017, she joined the staff at Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site where she has been able to share a little-known part of history with people from around the world.
HONORING OUR FRIENDS AND PARTNERS!!!
Questions? Call 719-456-6066, or 719-469-2721
John W. Rawlings Heritage Center
560 Bent Avenue, Las Animas, CO 81054
Come In and Visit Our VR/3D Tour of the Museum
And Remember to Sign-In and Donate to the Tour. You can do it on the links to the left or in the Tour in the Tags.
All Donations made will go to the funding of the Museum and help being more exhibits to the Museum. Thank You..
The John W. Rawlings Heritage Center and Museum is a dynamic place where history and culture come together to be experienced by a multi generational audience. Historic exhibits and events will interpret the influence of Bent County on the growth of the state and region. The facility serves as headquarters of the Bent County Historical Society where historical artifacts are displayed, preserved, documented, and interpreted for the public.
Open to the Public
CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY
OPEN – TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
TUESDAY – 9AM TO 4PM
WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY – 1PM TO 4PM
SATURDAYS NOON TO 4PM.
Admission are Adults, Seniors and Students $5.00
Children 6 to 12 $4.00
Active Military with ID Free
Groups of 10 or more $3.00 per person