The mission of the Johnson County Heritage Foundation, Inc. is to preserve the rich heritage of this historic site and advance the "Way It Was" to future generations.
All Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum activities are made possible through the generous financial and in-kind support of individuals such as you.
Your gift will strengthen and support educational programs, exhibit updates, collection acquisitions, oral history programs and ongoing museum activities.
JCHF is an all volunteer foundation, with no paid staff with the exception of the Big Bear Native American Museum, and all funding goes directly for maintainence, restoring existing artifacts and reproducing period structures.
P.O. Box 771
Cleburne, Texas 76033 -0771
Yearly dues are $20. Membership year begins January 1st each year.
To request a membership application, email your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The People Who Make It Work
CEO/Chairman David Murdoch........President Randolph Garner
Secretary Nell Dixon...........................Treasurer Bill Pfeiffer
Robert McMinn...Matt Lee...Jackie Pinkerton...Greg Harmon...
R.C. McFall...Bill Pfeiffer...Courtney Coates...
Chuck Lummus...Jimmy Smith, II...
Board of Advisors
Bob Alford...Larue Barnes...Ben Oefinger...John Percifield...
Curtis Rives....Lowell Smith Jr...George Turner
Big Bear Native American Museum Curator
Jimmy E. Smith, II
Sam & Cheryl Keller * Ray & Margaret Heston * Bill Pfeiffer *
Carl Irish * Jane Joiner * Randolph & Charlene Garner
* David Murdoch * Diane Gilbert * JoEvelyn Sikes * Charlotte Whitney *
Maintenance Supervisor: Ray Heston
Grounds: Community Service Workers * Johnson County Sheriff's Department
Johnson County Historical Commission * Cleburne Chamber of Commerce * City of Cleburne
A Project of: Johnson County Heritage Foundation, Inc.
Endorsed by: The Cleburne Chamber of Commerce & Johnson County Historical Commission"