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Goodsprings Historical Society
Goodsprings Community Center
Current Trustees: Lary Anderson, David Beisecker, Stephen Fleming, David Lowe, Julie Newberry, Stephanie Stephens, Elizabeth Warren
The next annual meeting will be held on Saturday, May 3, 2013 at 2:30PM in conjunction with the 32nd Old Timers Reunion May 3rd & May 4th 2013.
Goodsprings School Centennial Year Celebration and Alumni Reunion
Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 10AM coinciding with the 31st Old Timers Reunion May 4th & May 5th 2013.
Please plan to attend.
Registration deadline is January 10th, 2013. See Details. Come taste the soups, be the judges and join the fun.
Santa will bring gifts for the children. Come join the fun.
See detailed and printable description in pdf format above. Come join the fun.
All residents of the Goodsprings township(Goodsprings, Sandy, Jean, Primm, Sloan) are invited to a family-friendly, fun-filled afternoon at the Goodsprings Community Park on Saturday, 09/15/12. Hot dogs, Games, Bake Sale/Auction(3 PM), School history displays and more. Everyone interested in history and education is invited to help us celebrate the 100th birthday of the oldest continuously operated school in Clark County. Special recognition will be given to all Goodsprings School alumni who are present for this event.
See detailed and printable description in pdf format above. Please plan to attend.
Watch for the next event: Bingo Bash, November 17, 2012.
Wanda attended the August 27th event and posted this great picture in the Sandy Valley Coyote Times.
Celebration began with the first day of school, August 27, 2012 including a flag pole presentation by Carolyn Edwards, CCSD District F Representative at 7:40 a.m. A video, regarding the event, has been released on a CCSD web site.
Sam Yount--Goodsprings, 1914
The Clark County School District has allowed our school to remain open and has added six students from Primm. We are safe until 2012.
The Clark County School District would like to close the Goodsprings School, which is imminent. The District received correspondence from many of you who responded to our SOS and the public meeting, held on January 22nd, was addressed by Steve Fleming, Julie Newberry, Ruth Rawlinson and Liz Warren as speakers for our school. An mp3 recording of the event can be heard at CCSD Board Docs then select 01-22-09 meeting and open section 7 for 01-22-09 Ref. 7.03, 7.04.mp3. The file is also available here 01-22-09 Ref. 7.03, 7.04.mp3 with vocal results. We thank the many alumni who supported Goodsprings at the meeting and in letters.
The school will be allowed to operate one more year while attempting to cut down expenses and solve the budget problems. Carolyn Edwards, our representative on the School Board, is assembling a list of people interested in helping to resolve the Goodsprings School closure that still looms over our town. She would like to have people who want to be kept in the loop, and who will attend meetings from time to time, perhaps even research answers to some of the issues. She is compiling names and e-addresses of all who are willing to share them with her. She will send out bulletins, set meetings, bring School District staff to discuss finances, etc.
This will be a yearlong project and YOU CAN HELP. However, you must act now. Please contact Carolyn Edwards directly at:
Email: email@example.com [remove the "-nospam" from address to send]
Carolyn Edwards, District F Representative
Clark County School District
5100 West Sahara Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89146
If you want to save our school, please write. Your input counts.
We've passed the first milestone in our proposed Rails to Trails project for the Yellow Pine Railroad - our preliminary proposal was given the green light by the regional National Park Service office in California. The GHS Board of Trustees met on November 12, 2005 with Liz Smith-Incer, local representative of the program, to learn about what the next step will be and what our commitment involves. Some photos of that project group are posted here.
In absence of a local agent, Barbara Rice, Program Leader NPS from Oakland, CA, became our project leader in January 2007. Her commitment and frequent trips from Oakland are appreciated .
The Feasibilty planning has been completed by Shapins Belt Collins with results placed on Clark County website Goodsprings Trails Study.
The project is in line to be considered by the BLM's Resource Advisory Council for the next round of SNPLMA grants. That should happen this fall. It will compete with other projects, but the fact that we have a completed feasibility study should help.
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