Thanks to our Founding and Sustainer Members

Thanks to our Founding and Sustainer Members providing support to help cover startup expenses and create a financial base for our new organization.

Corporate Founding Member

Jacqueline Bass Preservation - specializing in historic preservation planning, research and design, and museum collection consulting services

Individual Founding Members

Linda Austin

Joan Compton

Bob Gern

Trey & Martha Holladay

Vicki Horton

Steven Kramer

Dr. John Kohler III

Barbara Latham

Claudette Lopez

Jan Mairose

Ed Malowney

Lynn Pennington

Individual Sustainer Members

Angelika Kausche

Pat Miller

Michelle Sienkiewicz

Thanks to our Corporate Members

Corporate Member

Davis & Langford CPA

About Us

The Johns Creek Historical Society is a 501(c)3 community organization formed in 2016 and incorporated as a nonprofit in January 2017.

Our interests are discovering, preserving, and sharing the history of the land and earlier inhabitants of the area that is now the City of Johns Creek, Georgia.

In addition to research projects and regular meetings, there are opportunities to explore history in the area with trips to local cemeteries, history sites, museums, and to archival resource centers.

All are welcome to join us.



2018 Board of Directors

  • Joan Compton, Co-Founder, President
  • Claudette Lopez, Co-Founder, VP/Secretary
  • Kirk Canaday
  • Vicki Horton
  • Barb Latham
  • Ed Malowney

Contact us

Learn more about us. Read our
2017 ANNUAL REPORT (pdf)
2017 Historical Society Annual Report

Partnerships

  • Member of the Cultural Arts Alliance of Johns Creek
  • Member of the North Fulton History Alliance
  • Partner with Autrey Mill Nature Preserve & Heritage Center
  • Community Partner with River Trail Middle School
  • Partner in several initiatives with the Spruill-Oaks Library
  • Partner in several initiatives with Alpharetta & Old Milton Historical Society

Incorporation

In January, 2017, the Historical Society was incorporated as a non-profit in the state of Georgia.


501(c)3 Status

The Historical Society has 501(c)3 status and is classified as a public charity by the IRS. Contributions made to our organization are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the IRS.