The Antelope Valley Rural Museum is a California nonprofit public benefit unincorporated association dedicated to preserving the rural history of Antelope Valley. The purpose of the AVRMOH is to develop a permanent historical museum for the citizens of the Antelope Valley by collecting, preserving, restoring, exhibiting, and researching facts and artifacts pertinent to the history of the Antelope Valley located in Los Angeles County, California.
The Antelope Valley Rural Museum will honor the history of the Antelope Valley with documentation, preservation, exhibition, and education.
The AVRM was formed September 8, 2009 as a 501(c)(3) public charity, with the purpose of preserving the rural history of the Antelope Valley. On June 10, 2010 the Board of Directors voted to amend the bylaws to give at least 10% of all cash donations to scholarship funds. At the 2010 AV Fair kickoff dinner the AVRM became the first donors to the AV Fair Volunteers Scholarship Fund. The $525 we donated was awarded at the Jr. Livestock Auction.
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