Since 1972 the Clark County Historical Association has pursued its mission to “discover, preserve, and disseminate” information about Clark County and its people. To achieve these goals, the organization’s activities range from the operation of a Museum in a historic structure to publication of historical information to placement of historical markers to production of living history events.
The Clark County Historical Association held its official organizational meeting at a local restaurant on October 30, 1972, with 127 in attendance. Interested parties from all walks of life attended that first meeting, organized primarily by educator Amy Jean Greene. Their common objective was to preserve the county’s present and past for the future. Since that time, the group has attracted members from the county and across the country.
Richter, Wendy Bradley, "Clark County Historical Association" (2016). Articles. 213.