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OUR MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Georgetown and Scott County Museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret for public education and enjoyment: books, records, papers, and artifacts or specimens of significant historical and educational interest relating to Scott County history and culture. To fulfill such purposes, the Museum will operate as a public facility on the property of the former Georgetown Post Office, owned by the Scott County Fiscal Court, located at 229 East Main Street, or at such other site(s) as determined by the Board of Directors of the Museum at a future date. 

ABOUT

HISTORY OF THE MUSEUM

The Georgetown and Scott County Museum, now located in the former Post Office Building, began in January 1992 by members of the Scott County Historical Society. The Museum's goal for Scott County is to present more than two centuries of modern experiences and 12,000 years of prehistoric occupation. People and events in the county continue to be honored and make history.

MUSEUM STAFF

• Mary Ruth StevensDirector  

Rowena DukeOffice Assistant

• JoAnn OffuttBookkeeper

• Melanie Griffith, Student Assistant / Social Media Manager

Ashley Frantzen, Georgetown College Intern

• Mike Marshall, Custodian

 
BOARD MEMBERS 2020-2021

Lindsey Apple

 

• Robbi Barber

• Amanda Burrows

• Gus Bynum 

• Tommy Case 

• Larry Cassity 

• Steve Hockensmith

Sarah Hoskins

• Shirl Marks

• Mike Marshall

• Dylan Marson

• Connie Minch

• Jean Porter 

• Dick Rawdon

• Jerome Redfearn

• Chip Southworth 

• Billie Travis

• Macy Wyatt