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The North Okaloosa Historical Association, Inc.

Who We Are

The North Okaloosa Historical Association, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a determination to help preserve Okaloosa County history. The Baker Block Museum is operated under the auspices of the NOHA Board of Directors.

Mission & Goals

Mission

The mission of the North Okaloosa Historical Association is to collect, preserve and promote the history of Okaloosa County, the northwest Florida panhandle and the surrounding communities.

Goals

  • Preserve historical artifacts

  • Capture oral histories

  • Educate future generations

  • Promote a better understanding and appreciation of the area's rich heritage

Board of Directors

The NOHA Board of Directors consists of nine board members composed largely of citizens from the local area and functions as the administrative arm of the association. The primary focus is on Okaloosa County, but the Museum supports the larger panhandle area as well.

The Board meets at 6 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month in the Museum's research library and conducts an annual meeting on the third Thursday in January where board officers are elected.

Current Board Members

Officers

President: Tracy Curenton

Vice President: Phyllis Enzor

Treasurer: Sharry Rustin

Secretary: Stephanie Holcombe

Members

Joyce Arnett

Alison Broxson

Mike Bush

Julia Cadenhead

Doug Hibbing

Non-board member positions

Museum Executive Director: Ann Spann

Bookkeeper: Angie Holland