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Peteetneet Museum
and
Cultural Arts Center

PEOPLE PRESERVING PETEETNEET
BOARD OF TRUSTEES--2013-2014

Jennie Ruth Alvey
Dorothy Argyle
Dale Barnett
1st Vice President
Gloria Barnett
Helene Jones Bradley
Joyce Bradley
JaNae Friedli
Milt Friedli
Bill Harrison
Executive Board
Sandra Hummer
Secretary-Treasurer
Sue Jolley
Carol Laycock
Richard Lindsay
Georgia Mills
Volunteer Co-ordinator
Kathleen Muhlstein
Brenda Reed
Volunteer Co-ordinator
Helen T. Scott
Maynard Scott
L. Dee Stevenson
2nd Vice President
Ray Wilson
President
Sarah Wolfe
HONORARY MEMBERS
John Jaussi
Reed Money
Karl Teemant
Payson City Liaison
Marva Loy
Eggett
Ron Eggett
Sandra Armstrong
Neva Christensen
CORPORATE MEMBERS
Fay Daniels Angus
Dona Brian
Cynthia Peacock
Dale Spanheimer
Teresa Spamheimer
Claudette Woods

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of People Preserving Peteetneet (PPP); a non-profit, tax exempt, museum and cultural arts center; is to preserve our history, serve the public and promote community involvement through heritage education, preservation of historic artifacts as well as the preservation of the Historic Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center's rich historical and cultural legacies by adding to the understanding of Payson, its heritage, people, places and events.

VISION STATEMENT

Our vision, which is strong and dynamic, is successful in preserving the legacy of the past while meeting constantly evolving needs of present and future generations of our community. Our facility plays a vital role in Paysonís cultural life and serves the community by making the most effective use of resources to provide:

(1) A cohesive, involved and committed group of trustees, volunteers, community members, and city leaders.

(2) A venue where painting, sculpture, and other pieces of art as well as historical objects and artifacts that relate to the history of Payson and the surrounding area are displayed.

(3) A cultural center that is available for use by members of the community.

(4) Recreational facilities that are available on our grounds for members of our community to enjoy.

We are pround of our beautiful building, grounds, and efforts of all who help maintain them. We appreciate the efforts of everyone who has helped make The Historic Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center what it is today.