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Local citizens, artisans, businesses and organizations of the North Clark County area are developing a museum located in Amboy adjoining the Territorial Community Park. The former church building, dedicated in 1910, is in the process of renovation to house Native American, Pioneer and Logging Exhibits.

North Clark Historical Museum
Dora Young Chapel
Weddings and Receptions are now available by calling 360-247-5800

The Museum is open every Saturday from noon to 4 PM
Admission is Free.

21416 399th St at the Jct. of SR 503
Amboy, Washington 98601
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As a non-profit organization, all donations benefit the museum project.

Mission statement: The North Clark Historical Museum, encompassing the Lewis River basin, will share the area's historical legacy through renovation of the landmark 1910 Amboy United Brethren Church, providing educational opportunities for students, maintaining a point-of-interest for tourists, creating a multi-purpose facility, and encouraging active participation in all activities.

Goals and objectives: 

1. Renovate the landmark Amboy United Brethren Church for the purpose of creating a museum focusing on Native American culture, pioneer heritage, and logging-- highlighting the Yacolt Burn. 
2. Provide educational opportunities for students working in partnership with area schools.
3. Maintain the interior and exterior integrity of the historic church/museum as an important point-of-interest for tourists and source of pride to area residents.
4. Create a multi-purpose facility with community kitchen and availability to service organizations and special events.
5. Encourage active participation by members and volunteer supporters in all museum activities and projects including multi-media interviews, curation, and the archival library.

Memberships Are Available
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