I.O.N. Heritage Museum
502 Swisher Avenue
P.O. Box 361
Jordan Valley, OR 97910
Wednesday through Saturday
1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Private Tours available on Sundays
Call for appointment - 541-5860-2984
Museum Message: 541-2100
¨ Student/Senior 10.00
¨ Family 25.00
¨ Supporting 50.00
Small Business 100.00
¨ Corporate 150.00
¨ Associate 250.00
Over 80 years of age who
were born in the ION area.
Seniors – anyone over 55
Students- A student under 18
Member benefits include:
Unlimited free admission
Unlimited free admission to the
Owyhee County Historical Museum in Murphy Idaho.
Priority registration for education programs
Museum gift shop
To post information
Call Joanne at
Books for sale
By Malheur Co. Historical Society
Ceremony was held on
Saturday, June 21, 2008
It was a huge success!
Cenarrusa Foundation for Basque Culture
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Resolution #1, Amending By-Laws
We are a non-profit organization
and will accept any type of donations.
We also need
Board Members and volunteers
to help with
renovation of the building.
or Museum, 541-586-2100,
for membership or volunteer
LOGO LAPEL PINS
FOR SALE AT MUSEUM $5.00
See logo pin below
Board of Directors
Joanne Cunningham - Curator
Mike Hanley - President
Glenn Fretwell - Vice President
Sheryl Douglass - Treasurer
Joanne Cunnignham - Secretary
Forest Fretwell - Sergeant at Arms
"NOW AND THEN" BUILDING
downtown Jordan Valley)
Jordan Valley Owyhee Heritage Council
Company of the I.O.N. Heritage Museum
JVOHC Board of Directors share a vision
and desire to provide
Museum in which to display
artifacts, photos, oral histories, folk art,
and unique geological finds
throughout the region
and or passed down
from generation to generation.
The Council was formed in January of 2002.
Members of the
and opened The Jordan Valley
Then” Building in 2003,
as an interim building,
until the Museum opened
its doors to the public.
It is designed in a showcasing format
located in downtown Jordan Valley.
Displayed are historical artifacts
regional fine art and buckaroo gear.
showcase has been a success with
many supporters from the local community,
travelers, and tourists.
However, because of limited space, lighting,
and other conditions necessary
for archival preservation underscored
the need for a more suitable site.
The new Museum, the old Elorriaga Home
and Basque boarding house of Jordan Valley,
is now finally
opened and is providing
an incredible opportunity
to be used as interpretive center,
community hub, and historical
Hopefully, ultimately increasing the awareness
and appreciation for our local history
generating job opportunities,
development, and revenue for our
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