- To Identify acquire, arrange, conserve, and describe artifacts, primary sources and genealogical materials pertaining to the history of Callaway County, Missouri and its' people.
- Seek to document the experience3s of a broad spectrum of people and to represent the cultural, ethnic, religious and occupational diversity of all Callawegians.
- Callawegians are defined as any person associated with Callaway County, Missouri, by birth, education or residence.
Membership & Visitorship (2012-2013 & 2013-2014)
|Membership as of October 30, 2013|
|259||Members in Callaway County|
|60||Members in Missouri outside of Callaway County|
|79||Members out of State|
|Membership Levels and Numbers|
|2||Heritage Memberships (new level)|
|Callawegian Society Charter Members|
|Silver||David A. Burre|
|Silver||Hazel E. Daro|
|Silver||Jane & Barney Forsyth|
|Silver||Jay & Patty Foster|
|Silver||Jan & Lola Herring|
|Silver||Terry D. Smith|
|Gold||Diane Burre Ludwig|
|Museum Statistics (Oct. 2012 - Sep. 2013)|
|1,202||Hours the museum is open|
|3603||Volunteer Hours at the museum|
|663||Volunteer Hours outside the museum|
|2156||Visitors to the museum|
Programs and Services:
- Genealogy Research in person, by mail, by e-mail, and over the internet.
- Tours: for students at Bush, McIntire, St. Peters, and Christian Academy.
- Programs/Speakers for clubs, schools and organizations.
- Preparation of probate and circuit court records for microfilming.
- Gift Shop Sales, primarily Historical and Genealogical Publications.
- 52 Kingdom Notes - weekly column in the Fulton Sun Gazette.
- 4 newsletters titled 'The Callawegian'.
- 3 - 4 Programs per year (all are open and free to the public).
- Window and collection displays.