The Hardy History Association is a cohesive group of people who concentrate on collecting, preserving, and disseminating materials and information related to the City of Hardy.
The goals for the organization:
growing our membership,
having informational monthly meetings, and
providing a quality newsletter at least quarterly.
publishing a book or books to supplement the Hardy History Book published by the Timely Club of Hardy several years ago,
establishing a Hardy History museum, and
staffing a tourist information center in Hardy.
Membership is open to any individual, family/household, business, or organization with dues of $20 (entitled to one membership vote) for individuals, businesses, or organizations; and $30 (entitled to two membership votes) for a family or household.
The HHA meets at Hardy City Hall on the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm.
The Cherokee Village Historical Society is dedicated to researching, collecting, preserving, interpreting, and sharing historical information or items related to Cherokee Village, Arkansas, and the surrounding area
Cherokee Village, AR