Our Mission is to educate the public about the Morgan Horse and to protect and preserve, in a Vermont museum, the history of the Morgan Horse.
The purpose of the Morgan Horse Heritage Foundation, is to organize exclusively for educational purposes, including, for such purposes as, loaning materials to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any future Federal tax code.
The Foundation is made up of four officers, consisting of a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. There is also a board of directors which can be as many as thirteen, but no fewer than seven.
The Foundation has two classes of membership: Associate member ($50), Associate members must be at least 18 years of age. Junior member ($25), Junior members must be under the age of 18.
2018 Executive Officers
|Kathlyn Furr (Pres)||John Greenall (VP)|
|Anne Brown (Treas)||Nancy Plimpton (Sec)|
|Belinda Brown||Linda Angelino|
|Laurie Justis||Judy Mossman|
|Mary Jane Nau||Nina Quinn|
|Joy Smith||Nancy Trombley|
|Barbara Beauregard||Dorrice Hammer|
|Mary Markle||Arthur Perry, Jr.|
|Gov. James Douglas, esq.||Mrs. Henry E.I. Dupont|
S. John Osha
On May 15, 2007 the MHHF lost its first president Ruth Towne unexpectedly. She will be remembered for her outstanding leadership, her dedication to the Morgan Horse and her committment for preserving the history of the Morgan Horse.