The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

GHHS seeking new leaders


December 14, 2017

This winter, Grays Harbor Historical Seaport is seeking new leaders to help steer the organization into the future. The 30 year old nonprofit has been operating since 1986, and put out the call this month for additional board members to join the team. The GHHS website outlines the position, stating:

"Board members are people who want to give of their time, resources, and talents to help steer this beloved organization to even greater success in the coming years."

Board terms are 3 years long, and applicants are invited to interview the organization, meet the staff, and current board members by visiting the GHHS home office in Aberdeen. Vessel visits are also highly recommended, to see first hand the organization's programs and mission.

The organization invites maritime professionals and people with marketing, leadership, fundraising, and community organizing skills to apply. Board meetings happen monthly, at Seaport Landing in Aberdeen.


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