Historical Society Surveying Local Residents

By Janice Hack, executive director of the Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Historical Society

The Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Historical Society is surveying local residents and wants to hear from you. Under a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Service Museum Assessment Program (MAP), the Historical Society is reviewing how it engages with the community. This study will help the Historical Society better serve local needs, identify potential audiences and improve our communications with the community.

Click here http://kwiksurveys.com/app/rendersurvey.asp?sid=e952nf7jthmstiq51818&refer= to take the brief survey, which is available on the Historical Society website.

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