Heritage Benefit Dinner Photos
Heritage Benefit Dinner photos are now available through Team Photogenic!.
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Thank you to all who attended and supported Eastside Heritage Center!
History teaches us through stories
Eastside Heritage Center is honored to steward and share the stories of “us”, a community built through years of hard work. Please enjoy the following stories and learn how dreamers and caring for one another can help us continue to grow as a community, today and tomorrow.
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Journey Stories – Birth Place
At Eastside Heritage Center’s annual Bellevue Strawberry Festival in Crossroads Park, members of the community engage directly in the preservation and interpretation of Eastside history by sharing their “journey stories” with us. We hope you enjoy these “Birth Place” segments from 2011 and 2012, as introductions to the diversity of stories collected. These video oral history projects were made possible through the support of 4Culture, the City of Bellevue and Humanities Washington.
Click here to view a sampling of the 2012 Journey Stories Video Oral History project on YouTube.
Click here to view a sampling of the 2011 Journey Stories Video Oral History project on YouTube.
Eastside Heritage Center featured in Seattle Times
Eastside Living Story Read the article here.
Eastside Heritage Center Announces Endowment Fund
We are excited to announce that Eastside Heritage Center has started an Endowment Fund. It has been launched with a generous donation from the estate of long-time EHC supporters Paul and Reda Vander Hoek. The Board has discussed making further contributions to the Fund with various one-time income sources.
We hope that our members, friends and supporters will consider contributions to EHC’s Endowment. While we are very dependent on the generosity of our members for our annual operating budget, there is also room to help ensure the long-term financial health of EHC.
If you have questions about the Endowment, please contact Heather at 425-450-1049 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Heritage Reflector is Going Digital
Change is coming to Eastside Heritage Center’s newsletter in 2011! The Heritage Reflector will cease its hard-copy publication following the March issue. Beginning in June and going forward, issues will be available on our website and via email distribution. This change will not only save valuable hours for EHC staff and volunteers, the money we save in postage and materials costs can be used to support our programs and collection. If you’d like to sign up to receive the digital Heritage Reflector, send an email to email@example.com and include the subject line “Subscribe to Heritage Reflector.” If you have any questions, contact Heather at 425-450-1049.