Ball Ground Historical Society adds to board
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Recently installed officers of the Board of Directors for the Ball Ground Historical Society are seated from left: Karen Jordan, secretary; Beth Ingram, president; Tim Cavender, vice president. Standing from left: Lucille Rich, past president; Jenny Byers, membership chairman; Joe Kitchens, Board of Directors; Elaine Gay, treasurer; Sandra Pendley, recording secretary; Dr. Rebecca Ray, board of directors. Not pictured Sue Malone, board of directors. <br>Special to the Tribune
Recently installed officers of the Board of Directors for the Ball Ground Historical Society are seated from left: Karen Jordan, secretary; Beth Ingram, president; Tim Cavender, vice president. Standing from left: Lucille Rich, past president; Jenny Byers, membership chairman; Joe Kitchens, Board of Directors; Elaine Gay, treasurer; Sandra Pendley, recording secretary; Dr. Rebecca Ray, board of directors. Not pictured Sue Malone, board of directors.
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The Ball Ground Historical Society installed several officers and members to the board of directors at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday in the council chambers at Ball Ground City Hall.

Among the new officers welcomed to the society’s ranks Tuesday night include President Beth Ingram, Recording Secretary Karen Jordan, Corresponding Secretary Sandra Pendley and Treasurer Elaine Gay, said Tim Cavender, who was also installed as vice president.

Cavender said the Historical Society, which was founded in June 2012, also brought on new members for its board of directors including Dr. Rebecca Ray, Joe Kitchens and Mary Sue Haynes Malone.

The Ball Ground Historical Society was chartered June 26, 2012, “to honor, protect and encourage the preservation of Ball Ground’s history and heritage,” Cavender said.

The society meets the fourth Tuesday of each month in the Council Chambers of Ball Ground City Hall, is at 215 Valley Street, beginning at 7 p.m. Membership dues are $25 (individual) and $35 (household, two memberships).

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