Price Historical Park
Pismo Beach, California



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Friends of Price House, Inc.

Board of Directors

President - Effie McDermott
Vice President - Cynthia Brown
Secretary - Jeannie Nix
Treasurer - Dave Watson
Buildings - Kevin Hansen
Grounds - Judi Pedersen
Special Projects - Lucy Lepley
Publicity - Joseph Michael Scott

Board of Director’s Meetings

The Board of Directors meet at 6:30 p.m.
1st Wednesday of each month, except January and February

February - Annual Membership Meeting & Election of Directors/Officers

Membership, Newsletters, Invitations, Announcements, Voting Eligibility
Annual Membership Dues

$ 15 senior/student
$ 25 individual
$ 35 family
$200 Sustaining Member

Recognition Levels

$ 500 Alcalde
$ 1,000 Patrón
$ 2,500 Junípero Serra
$ 5,000 Gaspar de Pórtola
$10,000 El Buchón

Mail List and Voting policies
  • Members receive newsletters, invitations, announcements, and notice of annual meeting.
  • To vote at the February annual membership meeting, a member must have paid dues in the calendar year prior.
  • A family membership includes voting rights for two adult family members.

Vision Statement: “The vision of Friends of Price House, Inc. is to preserve and teach our heritage and history, to foster appreciation and understanding of the past and how it affects our lives today.”

Mission Statement: “Friends of the Price House, Inc. is creating and managing Price Historical Park in Pismo Beach at the site of the John Price family home on Rancho Pismo, by preserving, restoring, and displaying the Price Anniversary House, the Meherin House, the Ortega-Price adobes, a replica Chumash village, a museum, barn, orchard, gardens, amphitheater and rancho grounds, in order to promote education and understanding of the history and prehistory of Pismo Beach and the Central Coast.”

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